Country: Canada | Director: James W. Roberson
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 85mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv – 1280×720 – 23.976fps – 1.64gb
A family moves into a long-condemned New England household with a big pond out back that everybody loves to swim in. Soon, however, they find that the pond was the site of the execution- by-drowning of a witch three hundred years before, and she’s back to revenge herself on anybody nearby, whether they’re Catholic or not.
What makes “Superstition” stand out from the rest of the bunch is its very unique combination of sadistic splatter and hellish horror. Think of something as scary as “The Exorcist” and add all the delicious splatter of your slasher films and you are in the right ballpark. Its like the combination of Dario Argento’s talent for concocting an atmosphere of dread and doubt and his fondness for witches plus Lucio Fulci’s knack for using extreme gore as a means of making a movie interesting.
It’s a no holds barred, take no prisoners horror movie. It’s not just a gore film, which filmmakers today are so fond of making and advertising as horror, it gives you genuine chills as well. The witch in the movie is as scary as hell and she will make your blood run cold and she makes you wonder what’s worse: her stalking of the characters or the ways she gruesomely kills them. One of the unique films that truly define the word “horror”.