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Witches have long fueled the imaginations of filmmakers, elevating them from pagan pariah status and portraying them as broomstick-wielding sorceress and supernatural teen queen. But it may be their status as symbols of empowered, unconstrained womanhood that is the most enduring source of witches’ powerful allure as a proto-feminist icon.
To mark the release of Robert Eggers’ potent new entry in the canon, The Witch, BAMcinématek conjures a series of spellbinding films that delve into dark arts and occult dealings.
This astonishing debut is one of the most hair-raising horror films in years.
Widely considered Mario Bava’s best film, starring ultimate horror actress Barbara Steele.
Christopher Lee is marvelously menacing in this overlooked satanic chiller.
This proto-exploitation danse macabre revels in the perverse and bizarre.
Beat visionary William S. Burroughs narrates this version of the 1922 occult exposé.
The micro-budget milestone that ushered in a new era of indie horror.
Nicolas Roeg directs this deliciously dark Roald Dahl adaptation starring Angelica Huston.
Dario Argento’s kaleidoscopically stylized giallo
This 70s acid-folk freakout has been dubbed “the Citizen Kane of horror movies.”
Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy ham it up in this 90s nostalgia classic.
Robin Tunney and Neve Campbell star as goth-girl outcasts who form a coven of witches.
This sinister Soviet fairy tale boasts eerie atmospherics and eye-popping special effects.
Veronica Lake’s delightfully impish performance animates this enchanting romantic fantasy.
Vertigo stars James Stewart and Kim Novak reteamed for this enchanting romantic fantasy.
Carl Theodor Dreyer’s transfixing masterwork links witchcraft to fears of female sexuality.