Sunday, 13 October 2013

The Last Witch gives me hope...

In my quest, this spooky holiday season, for something that has the least bit of real Halloween spirit in it (still haven't seen American Horror Story but so disappointed in The Witches of East End, The Originals, AND The Tomorrow People) I look forward with some hope to The Last Witch. Here there seems to be, at last, a whiff of the odd, autumnal unease I have been searching for...

Medieval stained glass and illuminated manuscripts plus scratchy titles and spooky music put us firmly in weird goings-on territory, and that’s before we learn we’re in real-world witch central (aka Halifax) where a mysterious murder has taken place. Is oddball character Alice Lister (Katherine Kelly, secretive but charismatic) involved? - Read more...


Heeeee, heeee, heeeee, heeee, heeee!

2 comments:

halloween spirit said...

As Halloween becomes increasingly synonymous with gore, it becomes harder to find that classic, spooky autumnal ambiance. Especially in media. :/

P.E. Cor said...

Too true :(