Witching and Bitching

Witching and Bitching

Directed by Alex de la Iglesia

Divorced dad Jose makes a last ditch effort for cash and dignity when he, his kid and a ragtag gang of buffoons rob a pawn shop. On the run with the kid, plenty of gold and a whole lot of gripes against the women in their lives, the men run afoul of a family of witches in rural Spain. A spectacularly wild war of the sexes ensues in madman filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia's (DAY OF THE BEAST, THE LAST CIRCUS) witchy, witty horror comedy which premiered in the Midnight Madness section of the Toronto International Film Festival. A Shudder Exclusive. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.

In Alex de la Iglesia's horror comedy, a divorced dad runs afoul of witches in rural Spain.

Cast: Hugo Silva, Mario Casas, Carmen Maura, Carolina Bang, Terele Pávez

Member Reviews

It starts if ok but the last half left me counting down how long was left.

jerkle
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15 days ago

I guess my expectations were too high because I don't understand all the good comments. parts were ok but I would never watch again.

2Livelarge
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3 months ago

“Not critical of misogyny or [some long stupid word]”? It’s not the movie’s job to tell you what to think

AndrewFM1987
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4 months ago

Blimey. Wasn't expecting that. Really enjoyed it though. Crazy. Great cast too.

Struttski
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4 months ago

not critical of misogyny or mandatory cisheterosexuality

sirdeeks
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a year ago