Sennentuntschi: Curse Of The Alps
Directed by Michael Steiner
When a mysterious woman appears in a mountain village, the townsfolk immediately suspect her of being an evil witch. As the villagers turn against her, a cop decides to get to the bottom of who she is. But what he uncovers is a twisted web of desire, madness and murder that could have something to do with the legend of the Sennentuntschi, a woman brought to life by the devil with a taste for vengeance. Could she be that...thing? Or is there an even scarier explanation? Switzerland’s first genre film is a vividly realized labyrinthine thriller which will have you guessing until the final frame. Contains strong language, violence, nudity and gore.
A mysterious woman who may not be human appears in a small Swiss mountain village.
Cast: Roxane Mesquida, Nicholas Ofczarek, Andrea Zogg
pretty good movie - obviously based on a true story, at times this movie reminded me of Weird Science.
Super ambitious and interesting film! Some stellar directing (beautiful location and gorgeous shots throughout) and a truly captivating script elevate this underrated Swiss (!!!) horror gem. As others have alluded to, the film is a bit long, but it's worth sticking around to the end.
It's ok, but goes way too long and is a bit meh compared to the opening.
Not to bad, the ending got a little tricky but it pulled together
I loved it but I started imagining a version of my own along the way. We’re did the witch go. Or was it a regular ghost murder repeat, repeatedly? Guess I wanted more. But better than a lot of others. I’ve been watching lately.