TWO WITCHES (2021) Reviews, trailer and now with release news

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‘You’re in the dark now’
Two Witches is a 2021 American horror film about a witch who passes on her sinister inheritance and curses to her unfortunate granddaughter.

Directed by Pierre Tsigaridis – making his feature debut – from a screenplay co-written with Kristina Klebe and Maxime Rancon. Produced by Maxime Rancon and Pierre Tsigaridis


The Incubo Films-The Rancon Company co-production stars Kristina Klebe, Rebekah Kennedy, Danielle Kennedy and Clint Hummel.

“This movie starts off with a bang, featuring a witch devouring a baby, and then doesn’t really slow down all that much from there. You can see hints of everything from Suspiria (both versions) and The Beyond to Carrie, Single White Female and Drag Me to Hell in these stories. And the fact that the villain from the first story has an impact on the second excites me…” B&S About Movies

“There are quite a few scenes of older women gurning for shock effect, initially shocking but diluted through overuse, amid a gradual ramping up of nastiness. The movie doesn’t all work and falls apart a bit towards the end, but there are some good performances here, although I’d have liked more story and less atmospherics.” Bloody Flicks

“Highly influenced by Eurohorror, the witches are terrifying, fitting alongside the coven from Dario Argento’s Suspiria. Going further, in emphasizing scares over style, this is the witch movie you likely hoped Luca Guadagnino’s 2018 remake would be […] From subliminal flashes to unflinching scenes of violence and the vile, Two Witches works hard and pays off…” Flick Attack

“The first chapter is perhaps more gruesome than the second, featuring some of the more memorable set pieces (aside from the epilogue) and exhibits a collection of fairy tale-esque iconography that mirror those from the Brothers Grimm. This chapter also plays with the horror trope of characters making silly choices…” Grimoire of Horror

” …this is another call for a moratorium on using the grindhouse aesthetic to excuse a low budget and general schlockiness. Also, some scenes simply go on for much too long. But, it’s easy to forgive overall, as it’s a pretty solid twofer of creepiness, vicious witches, and mind-flaying, poisonous corruption. While the best scares are definitely in the opening story, they do work exceptionally well.” 3 out of 5, Horror DNA

“Filled with tons of jump scenes and really the essence of what being an evil witch is all about Two Witches is a darker reminder of every single film that made you be afraid of witches. Not since Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell have you ever seen a movie really focus on the bad that a witch could do.” Horror Movies Uncut


“The acting is good, the effects are fantastic, and the lighting and direction help induce a steady uptick in heart palpitations. The second chapter may not stand up as the stronger of the two tales, faltering mainly in its transition. Still, the film remains massively entertaining, making Two Witches a wickedly fun ride I’m sure audiences will enjoy.” Horror Obsessive

“The over-reliance on shots of women in various stages of facial contortion does become tiresome, even when interspersed with the gorier imagery and character development […] Still, this is a film that is practically decadent with its horror images and some of it will likely test even hardened viewers. If you are looking for something noisy, unsubtle with an interesting take on witches, Two Witches is definitely worth your time and attention.” 3 out of 5, Scared Sheepless

“There are flashes of Dario Argento’s Suspiria in its dizzying lights, disorientating camera work and vibrant colours on display […] The rich, sumptuous colours and set design, along with incredible cinematography and sound design, makes for a well-put-together film, a well-crafted homage to 70s horror cinema, which, unfortunately, fails to live up to its full potential because of a brash attitude and convoluted plot.” UK Film Review

” …Two Witches is, for the most part, a fun and scary ride that includes several disturbing and disturbingly gory moments. There’s no elaborate set pieces, but what we do get is perfect for the stories. Thankfully apart from some CGI flames, and perhaps a scene of a body part moving in a way it shouldn’t be able to, they were all created with practical effects.” 3.5 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony

Two Witches premiered on the festival circuit and was shown as part of Grimmfest in the UK in November 2021. The film will stream on Arrow from October 1, 2022. The film will be released on Blu-ray and Digital in the UK, US and Canada on October 17, 2022.

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