The Witch in the Window (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

The Witch in the Window (2018)

The Witch in the Window is a movie starring Arija Bareikis, Alex Draper, and Zach Jette. When Simon brings his twelve year-old son, Finn, to rural Vermont to help flip an old farmhouse, they encounter the malicious spirit of Lydia,...

IMDB: 6.83 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 651.71M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 77
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 27 / 560

The Synopsis for The Witch in the Window (2018) 720p

When Simon brings his twelve year-old son, Finn, to rural Vermont to help flip an old farmhouse, they encounter the malicious spirit of Lydia, a previous owner. And now with every repair they make - she's getting stronger.

The Director and Players for The Witch in the Window (2018) 720p

[Director]Andy Mitton
[Role:]Greg Naughton
[Role:]Zach Jette
[Role:]Alex Draper
[Role:]Arija Bareikis

The Reviews for The Witch in the Window (2018) 720p

If you can over look it's flawsReviewed byjust_in_caseVote: 7/10

I think the most impressive piece of this film is the acting. Both the father and son feel real and have quite a lot of depth. Far beyond whats expected of an indie horror film. Very three dimensional characters. The concept I think was very well with ironically the minor flaw being the horror aspect. I see this happen sometimes with horror movies where they build up the emotional suspense and drama then ruin with a lame boogie man. Thankfully with this one immediately does a 180 and turn the monster into something far more complex and interesting. Although it does a thing at the end thats similarly groan worthy as the ending of Sinister. I think they should have just throw out the jump scares in this one and let it be a supernatural drama. When it's doing that it's great.

In summary I would just say if you've looking a bunch of jump scares you may want to skip this one. It's more the vein of a drama with horror aspects.

A Slow-Burn "Hallmark Moment" Horror TaleReviewed bySomaQuestVote: 5/10

Written and filmed as a "Hallmark Moment" film with supernatural overtones The Witch In The Window was actually quite well done, but failed to avoid the expected foreshadowing which turned the ending twist into an expected moment.

The member of the production team who deserves the most credit for this picture is the camera operator as his ability to properly line up angles and shots allowed for the subtle and passive introduction of spectral portion of this story. A combination of a made for TV Version of The Shining with a dash of Being John Malcovich and The Others thrown in for good measure.

Please do not get me nor the other reviews wrong; this is a well-made entry-level ghost story that was both well written and acted, a slow-burn that was beautifully enduring in its exposure, however, I just failed to feel rewarded for my patience. A ghost story I would happily suggest for my 12-year old who may be overwhelmed with a more In-Your-Face type film.

I wanted so much to enjoy this movie; after reading countless reviews about how this was an amazing film I am sorry, but I just couldn't get on-board with that mentality. With a relatively short run time of 75+ minutes I recommend you give it a shot yourself as it is basically like watching two television episodes back-to-back in regards to time invested.

Enjoyable if slightly underwhelmed drama/horror effortReviewed bykannibalcorpsegrinderVote: 8/10

Taking a trip into up North, a father and his young son intending to use the trip to flip a property he owns into a bonding experience between them, but as they begin to fix up the house a series of strange events causes them to believe that the locals' witch stories might be real.

This wasn't all that bad of an effort. One of the strongest points of this one is the rather fine way this dives into the family dynamics between the two which is at the heart of the film. As the opening shots of this immediately giving us the idea of a strained relationship at the heart of the film, from their inability to really get an idea of each others' likes and dislikes or the outright disapproval of their trip which is further enhanced by the events showcased once they arrive. Although you can tell it picks up nicely between them as the two develop a somewhat closer bond over time, the fact that we still get to see him blow up at the kid for totally unwarranted situations still manages to ring true here. Most of the events in the second half where it becomes far more obvious that something's in the house with them all stem from the idea of trying to protect the kid which gives them far more potency and impact. Once that occurs, this one picks up rather nicely with the fine ability to showcase some really enjoyable scenes here. The early idea of the haunted farmhouse, from them hearing rattling in the walls or in the basement to the boxes being found in different places than where they left them really help to give this a strong atmosphere already before it even brings up the ghostly legend of the area. That helps to tie into the freaky sequences in the second half, where they actually encounter it sitting in the chair in the fabled room unresponsive to anything and then chasing them out of the house in one of the better scenes in here. Another rapid-fire series of scenes in the final half twisting around a tender moment between them is a fine jump, and the melancholia of the ending is certainly well-deserved. As well as the great location-work to make the house itself seem creepy and foreboding in its unassuming matter, these here work nicely to hold this up over its flaws. The main problem to be had here is the rather obvious low-key approach to the material that can turn some off. This isn't explosive or action-packed in the slightest, even with the shortened running time as the family drama over the first half is the main focus of the film. Taking on more of bonding, reconnecting style of presentation rather than going for more of a horror atmosphere that could've been developed with the idea of the witch haunting the house. The lack of real supernatural demonstrations and overt witchcraft dealings that most normally expect in such efforts are totally missing here and somewhat stall this one from what it could've offered which isn't a detriment to the film at all for that might be a positive in some regards. Still, it's an overriding issue here and one that should be brought up.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Language and Mild Violence.

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