Hagazussa

Hagazussa

Directed by Lukas Feigelfeld

In a remote Alpine village in the 15th century lives a marked woman. The scapegoat of ancient superstitions and monstrous misogyny, this self-styled witch begins to assert her otherworldly birthright. This atmospheric debut feature from Lukas Feigelfeld is a haunting pagan death trip and a startling vision of psychedelic horror.

In a remote Alpine village, lives a marked woman and a haunting pagan death trip.

Cast: Aleksandra Cwen, Celina Peter, Tanja Petrovsky, Claudia Martini, Haymon Maria Buttinger

Member Reviews

2 skulls for aesthetic alone. I felt nauseated the entire time and not in a good way. Too much blood and goatmilk. It was try hard af. don't bother.

nat&chad
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3 days ago

To be honest, I respect the director's vision, but this really seemed to boil down "she's cursed, what are you gonna do?" and felt really anti pagan/ non christian religions in general. The visuals are pretty cool if you want to check them out, but not really enough to save the film for me.

ChaChaCharlie
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3 days ago

Beautiful, hypnotizing, yeah. But whatever the director’s intentions, in the end, the movie has an anti-pagan feel that it’s difficult to deny. Whatever apologists say, the way the script is written, the witch is cursed ‘cause she’s a witch - not just because of what the characters do to witches. Compare it with Eggers’s The Witch, Romero’s Season of the Witch, or other movies that are in the end pro-witchcraft.

Rykener
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5 days ago

hey shudder i poop in ur mouth

DrHeiter
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5 days ago

omg i accidentally came across this movie and omg i was glued to my tv, still can't get it out my head. must see.

terrifying
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13 days ago