It's Halloween again and it's time to watch all sorts of amazing cinematic works, including vampires, wolves, zombies and lots of amazing creatures. They can't be counted, but a mythical creature who always seems fascinating is the Wizard.
Wizard movies, from the Blair Witch Project to the Hawks Pokemon, have become an essential genre to watch on Halloween. Incidentally, it is good that soft and ordinary films have no place in this period of time. You may have heard of classics such as The Wizard of Oz, but there is a sea of valuable witch-themed works that are less seen and should be watched.
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9. The Love Witch ( The Love Witch )
- Director: Anna Biller
- Actors: Samantha Robinson, Jeffrey Press, Laura Waddle
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 95 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.2 out of 10
This fascinating tribute by Anna Beiler to the horror genre of the decade 60s is the most contemporary film on this list. In Love Witch, Samantha Robinson plays a witch. She is a widow who is looking for a romantic relationship in which there is no attachment. She examines her husband's list of suitors and finds that none of them meet her unattainable standards. Soon, a tragedy occurs with the magic power of this wizard. This fascinating and visually stunning film has an outstanding storyline inspired by the stories of the 60's.
8. ( Hxan )
- Director: Benjamin Christensen
- Actors: Benjamin Christensen, Karen Pedersen, Clara Pontopiden
- Release Date: 1922
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 91 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 7.7 out of 10
If you have never seen Hexan, you can be guaranteed to watch it That, you will have a unique experience. Made in Sweden in 1922, this silent film is a unique combination of documentary, horror film and a work of art. The black-and-white film depicts the history of demons, wizards, and superstitions through the story of medieval witches, and has an anti-spiritual theme. It is a purely conceptual film, despite its themes of nudity, torture, and sex.
7. Witchhammer ( Witchhammer )
- Director: Otakar Vaura
- Actors: Vladimir Esmeral, Ilo Romanchik, Joseph Kemer
- Release Date: 1970
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 78 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 7.8 out of 10
Wizards' Hammer Made in 1970 in Czechoslovakia, Magical and Exciting Themes But it is more drama than scary. The story of the film takes place in the 17th century during the trial of witches in North Moravia. In this film, Krzysztof Lante (Ilo Romanchik) is a priest who falls victim to witches after opposing them in their area. The Wizard's Hammer is a great choice for history buffs looking for a magical movie to enjoy.
6. City of the Dead ( The City of the Dead )
- Director: John Lolin Moxie
- Actors: Ventia Stevenson, Christopher Lee, Patricia Jessel
- Release Date: 1960
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 73 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.8 out of 10
Student named Nan (Ventia Stevenson Goes to a foggy city in Massachusetts to research witches. Nann's simple research journey becomes horrifying when he realizes that the owner of the motel where he resides is in fact a reincarnation of a witch who was burned in 1692. The truth of this small town is revealed and Nan realizes that the magicians of this city have in fact made a covenant with the devil to deceive the people to worship him. The City of the Dead, originally intended as a television series, tells its story in the best possible way. This film has an attractive atmosphere and is considered a horror, classic and the best of its kind.
5. The Juniper Tree ( The Juniper Tree )
- Director: Nitska Kane
- Actors: Bjork, Vladimir Floydogmir, Brindis Bragadotir
- Release Date: 1990
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 100 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.9 out of 10
Emotion Tree is an emotional movie about magic starring Bjork The first role is during his acting career. What else does a cinema lover want? The juniper tree tells the story of sisters Margaret (Bjork) and Catella (Brindis Bragadotier) who are two witches who run away from home after their mother is stoned for witchcraft. Katla, who needs a place to stay, casts a love spell on a widow and finds herself in the home of the man and her hateful son. The film is based on the legend of Grimm and of the same name, and was released in 2019 in high quality and widely available to today's audience.
4. I Married a Witch ( I Married a Witch )
- Director: Rene Claire
- Actors: Veronica Lake, Friedrich Mars, Susan Hayward
- Release Date: 1942
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 95 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
A Wizard (Veronica Lake Before he is burned, he casts a spell on the person who burns him, and that spell is that each member of this man's generation and his family will marry a dangerous woman in the future. He returns to life centuries later to reinforce this curse and make the youngest of the man's generation miserable. He makes a potion of love for that person to make him love himself. The wizard's plan does not go according to plan and causes a chain of unexpected events. I Married a Witch is a fantastic movie and a great choice for those who are not into horror movies.
3. Bell, Book and Candle ( Bell, Book and Candle )
- Director: Richard Quine
- Actors: Kim Novak, James Stewart, Jack Lemon
- Release Date: 1958
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 75 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movies: 6.8 out of 10
Bells, books and candles Like I Married a Witch is another comedy and romance movie. The story of the bell, the book, and the candle, like many witch-themed films, revolves around a man, a woman, and a love spell. A beautiful witch named Gillian (Kim Novak) decides to fall in love with a beautiful publisher (James Stewart) with her magical abilities. Gillian soon finds real feelings for the man. True love burns in him and Gillian is forced to give up his power forever because of this man.
2. Season of the Witch Season of the Witch
- Director: George Romero
- Actors: John White, Raymond Lane , Anne Mafley
- Release Date: 1973
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 67 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 5.6 out of 10
The 1973 Witch Season (originally with Hungry Wives Released) is probably not the movie you'd expect from horror legend George Romero. Rising Zombies no longer has a place in the film, and instead, gender issues and feminist ideology have replaced it. A woman (John White) gets tired of being known as a housewife and enters the world of magic. He is tempted by the atmosphere of this world and turns to rebellion, murder and magic, and he enjoys it, because in his opinion, anything is better than being a housewife.
1. The Girl on a Broomstick ( The Girl on a Broomstick )
- Director: Vaclav Verliczk
- Actors: Petra Sernok , Jan Hrasinski, Jan Krauss
- Release Date: 1972
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 70 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.4 out of 10
Girl with a wooden broom, Like Harry Potter and Sabrina is a teenage witch. Made in Czechoslovakia, the film is a fun, teen-filled, magical adventure. A teenage witch (Petra Sernok) is sentenced to 300 years in prison after not being accepted to her classes at the Magic School. With the help of the school caretaker who is his friend, the wizard escapes from the school and enters the human world. He goes to a humane high school and meets a group of criminals who encourage the girl to use her power for evil deeds. If this does not appeal to you, then it's good to know that the film has a murder-themed theme that is worth watching.