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

A slow burning, psychological suspense movie with a psychedelic twist. I found this movie to be an excellent companion piece to The Witch. I thoroughly enjoyed the pacing, the acting, and cinematography. Such a beautiful film!

Stoned&Spooked
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2 days ago

The film is ominously beautiful and really makes you feel the misery, helplessness, and inhumanity of the time period. The music, body language and expressions convey a full spectrum of emotion. You could literally turn of subtitles and (not speak German) and still emphasize with the rage, despondence, and anguish this film portrays . It's less horror, more art. That being said, it is not for everyone and very slow.

zombiechickens
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10 days ago

Meh, interesting moments but way too slow.

hammerhorror73
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12 days ago

WTH? Can someone explain what this movie was even about?

metalbabe73
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13 days ago

The description calls it "atmospheric" and that it is. I enjoyed looking at it. I don't know that I got anything out of it. If you are trying to fill your pagan/folk-horror shaped hole, this one will fit in there (but won't fill it). I suggest watching it at night, in the dark. It won't scare you, but the vibe fits.

Miriam_Blaylock
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15 days ago