The Witches

Movie • 2020 • Fantasy  Report
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Does an animal die?
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trnstrm
The Grand High Witch who has by this point in the film been turned into a rat was attacked by her cat whom she was mean to earlier in the film. Squeaks and meows are heard, but nothing is seen beyond the cat jumping at the rat.
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trnstrm
Some of the witches, after being turned into rats, are hit by brooms and apparently stomped on, so this could be seen as abuse even though it's CG.
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BrandieeBlue
During the Witches meeting the Grand High Witch pulls a maggot or grub out of her head and eats it.
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leh
One witch presents a snake as a pet that is wrapped around her arm. Another witch has a magic snake dress that unfurls it tail to loosen the cloth
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leh
There are magic potions that transform people into rats
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The witches have no toes but the Grand High Witch has one middle toe that can be unsettling, so this could be triggering. There's no actual detachment of any appendages shown in the movie.
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trnstrm
The parents are killed in a car crash. They pull "Hero Boy" from the overturned car, but the parents are not seen. "Hero Boy" does grab his dad's glasses though.
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Does a kid die?
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In a way, yes. "Grandma" mentions that once a child meets a witch, the witch never gives up.
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trnstrm
When the cat attacks the rat that was under the glass, there's some meowing and squeaking. This leads us to understand the cat is killing the Grand High Witch (in rat form).
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jenny_math
The Grand Witch spits out a glass vial she has swallowed toward the end, but there is no phlegm or anything.
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jenny_math
Grandma starts coughing whenever witches are near, and it made my daughter (who is very emetophobic) nervous. But Grandma never actually vomits or even comes close - she just coughs. Also, there is a scene in the dining room when the Grand Witch leans in Grandma’s face and starts to make mouth movements like she might be sick - but instead she starts clucking like a chicken.
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leh
Not explicit, but the grandmother coughs whenever witches are near and it's implied she's ill
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jenny_math
Not really, but there is a running gag about a little boy who is always hungry and eating.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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trnstrm
Towards each other by both sides, yes.
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trnstrm
A person of color "dies" first. The grandma's best friend as a little girl gets taken and turned into an animal by a witch. It's never known what happens to her after that.
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jenny_math
Yes - there is a character who is always hungry and eating, and more than one character calls him “fat” (and other euphemisms).
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Abbeyey
physical disabilities = witches in this film which has been combatted with the #notawitch movement
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trnstrm
Sort of. They never get turned back into humans, Bruno doesn't go to live back with his parents (they're not really good people anyway), but they turn more evil witches into rats. Just watch a bit through the credits.
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The aftermath of a crash is shown, with an upside-down car, broken glass, flashing emergency lights, and a boy being pulled from the wreck
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