7 comments on ““Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi” aka “Witching & Bitching” (2013) – Spanish Witchcraft/ Horror/ Comedy

  1. So stoked to watch this one tomorrow. I loooooooooove Alex de la Iglesia! (And you definitely like your movies crazy…so you’ve seen the rest of his output, right? La Ballade de Trista Trompeta is just weepingly good.)

    • Yeah, the crazy ones always seem to resonate with me, much to my poor Carolyn’s dismay. There are definitely days when my movie choices must have her shaking her head and wondering just how she ever fell for a goofy movie obsessed woman like me. 🙂

      • Hehehe!! Yep. loved that part. Somehow I kept expecting some giant Christian themed “Kaiju” to show up so we could get a big monster smackdown at the climax. Just blame a childhood filled with “rubber suited” Japanese monster films for that…. 😉

  2. I love Alex de la Iglesia. I really enjoyed this one. It’s not my favorite, but it’s up there. His humor is always so dark. I was surprised that I actually liked one or two of his characters for once. Usually they’re all delightfully despicable. This one had me giggling right off the bat. If you haven’t seen it, Crimen Ferpecto is my all time favorite. 🙂

  3. We watched it in a headshop in Amsterdam with Dutch subtitles. Laughed my ass of but couldn’t understand a word. Gonna watch it wit UK subtitles

    • Yep. Regretably this was one of those Spanish films that wasn’t subtitled into English on it’s domestic release, so I had to wait till a proper Region 1 came out. You definitely need subtitles… otherwise I imagine it’s a wacky and confusing movie at times.

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