Below are the best films that feature all different portrayals of witches and their witcheries you might like.

1. The VVitch (2015)

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Director- Robbert Eggers

In mid-seventeenth-century New England, the tormented patriarch, William, and his Puritan family were expelled from the bosom of their righteous pilgrim community. So, they established a small cottage on the boundaries of a thick and dark forest. As the poor family attempts to settle into their new isolated property, calamity strikes when their infant kid vanishes into thin air. Also followed by additional unforeseen and devastating calamities that befall the God-fearing farmers. Is this dire condition the product of a family on the verge of collapse, or is Thomasin, William’s firstborn daughter, the source of all evil?

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2. Dune (2021)

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Director- Denis Villeneuve

Paul Atreides, a clever and gifted young man born into a huge destiny beyond his comprehension. He must travel to the universe’s most deadly planet to save his family and people. Only those who can overcome their fear will live as nefarious powers clash over the planet’s unique supply of the most valuable resource in existence. A commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential.

3. Makdee (2002)

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Director- Vishal Bhardwaj

Legend has it that a 100-year-old witch dwells in an abandoned mansion on the borders of a small North Indian village. Anyone who enters is transformed into an animal. An intelligent, wicked girl named Chunni lives in the same hamlet with her widowed father, grandmother, and identical twin Munni. She has the exact opposite traits as Chunni. Munni enters the witch’s mansion one day as a result of Chunni’s prank. The witch changes her into a hen. Chunni makes an agreement with Makdee to give her 100 hens in exchange for Munni in human form.

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4. The Potterverse Films (2001-11)

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Director(s)- Chris Columbus, David Yates, Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Newell

Harry Potter believes he is a regular eleven-year-old child, but this is far from the case. Hagrid, a giant, appears and informs Harry of the crucial information. He is a sorcerer. As he travels to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to master the skill of becoming a wizard, his life journey becomes even more dramatic. He meets his pals here, who will be by his side for many years. Hermione Granger is the brave buddy, whereas Ron Weasley is the wise friend. But not all is tranquil at Hogwarts, as Harry suspects that his life is about to change due to major happenings.

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5. Spirited Away (2001)

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Director- Hayao Miyazaki

Chihiro, ten, and her parents are on a family excursion across the countryside when they come across an amusement park that has been abandoned for years. Despite Chihiro’s warnings about the spooky environment, her parents explore the region and ultimately come across an empty cafe with fresh food, which they devour. They are magically transformed into pigs as a result of their betrayal, scaring Chihiro away. She meets the mysterious Haku, who explains that this world is actually a magical bathhouse, a sort of holiday resort where supernatural beings seek solace away from the earthly realm and that she must work here to release herself and her parents from the mystical land, as idleness is not permitted.