This time, Robert Eggers’ supernatural horror filmThe Witch gets the good ol’ Wes Anderson treatment.
If you thought you couldn’t make a horror movie about witchcraft and black magic quirky, you’re wrong. CineFix has taken the Robert Eggers written and directed period piece and reworked it with all the hallmarks of a Wes Anderson film, complete with organ-featured folk tracks, Futura in yellow, and awkwardly funny moments. Check it out below:
The Witch has gained a lot of momentum in the press this year, especially considering that it was a $ 3 million indie horror film made by a first-time feature director with a style that he himself has described as “too weird, too obscure.” But not only has it gone on to make over $ 45.5 million at the box office, it also gave actress Anya Taylor-Joy her first Gotham Award for Breakthrough Actor, and received a nomination for Best Feature at the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards.