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In cinema, witches are traditionally drawn as campy, melodramatic cartoons. They sport wicked noses, grotesque make-up, and shrill cackling voices. But if one were to subtract all elements of broad humor and clichd corniness and distill the frightening concept of witchcraft, evil, and wickedness to their base essentials, a chilling picture begins to emerge. And such is Parts Labors The Witch a spellbinding, absolutely nightmarish picture that will genuinely disturb you and make your blood run cold. Set in 1630 New England, a devout Christian family is about to be...

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