THE WITCH (2015) Ending Explained

23 Th11, 2020
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In Robert Eggers debut The Witch, a family in 1600's New England is forced to survive on a remote farm and finds their faith constantly tested, which is only made worse by supernatural forces that invade their life. We're breaking down the story and its themes, along with including references to real life beliefs of the time, and explaining the ending and what our character's big choice means.
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  • its a happy ending at least, thomasin found a new family.. at least

    acutelychronicacutelychronic14 giờ trước
  • When the Native Americans look at you, like you're bat-shit crazy for leaving the post for "nature's freedoms", then you know things are going to be bad.

    michael allenmichael allen4 ngày trước
  • I feel it was the fathers fault all along for their fates, if he wouldn’t have been so damn proud in the other town none of this would have happened 🤷🏼‍♀️ Baby Samuel disappearing in the beginning set a dark omnious tone to the whole movie and I was suprised not all of them died, Thomasin was innocent but after have lost everything she might as well become an evil witch too 😈

    Olivia EnglundOlivia Englund5 ngày trước
  • I thought you were explaining the ending lol

    V MV M5 ngày trước
  • I loved this movie

    Luca OrtolaniLuca Ortolani7 ngày trước
  • It’s sad if anything that was the plan all along to make her crack and loose her faith to go to the dark side and the dark forces won she could’ve thrived holding on to her faith you know ?

    Fernando RodriguezFernando Rodriguez8 ngày trước
  • The witch took the twins probably for more flying fuel! that the funny shit I heard XD

    EldarionZEldarionZ10 ngày trước
  • Title is a clickbait, it’s not ending explained but Narrate VVitch movie.

    GrebancheGrebanche11 ngày trước
  • the last 10 minutes were unnecessary

    jiki lakijiki laki12 ngày trước
  • Where's my kfc 😂🤣

    Kevinred7Kevinred713 ngày trước
  • Ah, yes, _The Witch._ I remember this movie, which is surprising, because it's not a memorable movie. In fact, the only reason I remember it is because of the timeframe and setting. Admittedly the writer-director did a pretty good job in establishing the era and making it feel real. However, the storyline itself isn't particularly interesting or frightening.

    Blake StoneBlake Stone13 ngày trước
  • This is really not good stories

    Mary rose CaalamMary rose Caalam14 ngày trước
  • Imagine needing 23 minutes to explain the ending of this movie lol.

    Justin ZJustin Z17 ngày trước
  • chunky stupid baby soup

    Shawn AlfaroShawn Alfaro18 ngày trước
  • This film made me so disturbed... especially that scene of the crow eating the mother's chest.....even writing it feels odd and...I just feel super uneasy.

    Nameless SoulNameless Soul19 ngày trước
  • Now Thomasin gets to practice MAGIK. ;)

    Trevor HensleyTrevor Hensley20 ngày trước
  • Hey, can you go get some butter? We ran out.

    Aaron MartinAaron Martin20 ngày trước
  • It's chunky!

    Kirk FaulknerKirk Faulkner22 ngày trước
  • If those areas were unexplored, where did the other witches came from?

    Nunya BiznesNunya Biznes23 ngày trước
  • Should have been a sequel of sorts for The Autopsy Of Jane Doe.

    Nunya BiznesNunya Biznes23 ngày trước
  • 5:00 dammit who told?

    OswinOswaldOswinOswald25 ngày trước
  • black Phillip is mood af the entire movie

    Radical RightsRadical Rights25 ngày trước
  • He just read a script summary? I don’t understand what was explained here?

    K MK MTháng trước
  • I consider myself a horror connoisseur and out of all of the horror masterpieces out there, this film is my favorite. I am a huge history buff and I love how historically accurate it is. I appreciate how the film displays 17th-century Puritan views of witchcraft, original sin, predestination, fear and condemnation of female sexuality, and so on. Unlike most recent horror films, The Witch doesn't rely on a supernatural character or villain. Instead, the family sows the seeds of their own self-destruction through ignorance, mistrust, pride, arrogance, and fear. The subsequent events only serve to reaffirm the beliefs, suspicions, and doubts that the parents (especially the mother) already had surrounding their oldest daughter (a blossoming young woman whose sexuality was seen as a threat ). This family never stood a chance as "The Devil" sensed the turmoil, doubt, and disbelief rampant in this family. As a result, it was easy for him to infiltrate the family through the naive children (those with the weakest faith) and then move on to his next victims. If you observe, each family member was picked off in order of their piety (or lack thereof ). This reflects the belief of the time that those who were weak in their faith were more susceptible to evil. Lastly, this film stands out to me because it displays widespread fears and beliefs that surrounded witchcraft and the devil at the time and manages to be scarier than any other horror film set in modern times. It goes to show you just how terrified 17th-century Americans must have been of witchcraft. It makes it easier to understand why people could have so easily been whipped up into a frenzy during the Salem witch trials. Food for thought.........

    Schmetterling xoxSchmetterling xoxTháng trước
  • Does this ending need explaining?

    Scott KScott KTháng trước
  • The devil: wanna git hiiigh?

    ddray1992ddray1992Tháng trước
  • I ❤️ this movie and I ❤️ your t-shirt. I need one like right now

    Alexandra EtienneAlexandra EtienneTháng trước
  • Religious people are so dumb believeing in hippies in the clouds and ghost's flying around feel bad that people wasted there lives back than and Evan today people still believe in this bullshit

    no videos hereno videos hereTháng trước
  • Can u please do odd Thomas

    Omar ChambersOmar ChambersTháng trước
  • Who else was thoroughly annoyed by the twins?

    Trinity NoirTrinity NoirTháng trước
  • this movie is incredibly boring.

    Carl john ChidaCarl john ChidaTháng trước
  • i’m sorry but her becoming a witch is SUCH A GIRLBOSS MOMENT LIKE PURRRR

    Sadie ArnesonSadie ArnesonTháng trước
  • I couldn't finish this review. The narrator tried to make it a comedy routine for himself. Insufferable. I had to shut it down at the 7 minute mark.

    Paula ScottPaula ScottTháng trước
  • I wish I could be a witch too lol. All that flying and superhuman stuff

    leah Ackermanleah AckermanTháng trước
  • What is all the shit hanging in and around their house?

    Ain’tNoThangAin’tNoThangTháng trước
  • All in all, thou shalt not kill is immediately acceptable if rumors of your child being a witch. Puritans at the time were (and some of them still are) pretty fucking hypocritical. Fuck them. Edit:Spelling

    Cynical CitizenCynical CitizenTháng trước
  • Finding things delicious in the old days was a sin. That was the dumbest of all the sins. Imagine how Italians suffered.

    Kiki ChanKiki ChanTháng trước
  • The devil killed her siblings and in the end she submits to him Weakling ...

    HotboytrueHotboytrueTháng trước
  • Thomasin snapped and killed her family, at the end when she goes into the forest, the tree branches she levitates above are shaped like a rib cage with arms, if it were a body, she levitates to where the head would be, meaning it was all in her hyper-religious, sexually frustrated young girl mind.

    Meanie PaniniMeanie PaniniTháng trước
  • My god this guys voice is irritating as well as his dismissal of its historical accuracy. You also don’t really have to build a new barn. Just go to actual New England; they’re still holding up.

    Ricardo CastroRicardo CastroTháng trước
  • this movie felt like a bottle episode version of the crucible

    Emma MeltonEmma MeltonTháng trước
  • Day 3 of commenting until found flix explains Bliss.

    Arianna SeguinArianna SeguinTháng trước
  • Please i need more movies like the witch or the lighthouse or tje blackcoats daughter please

    Raya StoilkovaRaya StoilkovaTháng trước
  • Honestly this film disturbed me it shows how paranoia and fear could rip a family apart

    James HoldenJames HoldenTháng trước
  • so the lesson her is that Lucifer is the good guy

    TheAllSeeingEyeTheAllSeeingEyeTháng trước
  • I sware I never even watched this film but the goat in the trailer dancing behind her was enough for me...... not today satan

    Hayley SextonHayley SextonTháng trước
  • fave quote "yay we caught one rabbit, we're eating one meal" lmaooooooo

    Chantel LyonsChantel LyonsTháng trước
  • One of my favorite movies. I wrote one of my English papers about it lol

    Mary BakerMary BakerTháng trước
  • Gerald is the only one can fix this. #thewitcher

    Mateo_76Mateo_76Tháng trước
  • How? How can a goat stab a man with horns that are bend backwarths?

    2horses4U2horses4UTháng trước

    Rockstar ChickenRockstar ChickenTháng trước
  • Apparently the twins bodies are whats lighting the fire in the end scene

    CJ ComasCJ ComasTháng trước
  • I kind of thought Thomasin did it all from the beginning...that she was the witch in the woods murdering Sam, she kissed her brother in the woods (and his guilt drove him insane) (I mean didn't the fact that he had been looking down her shirt earlier in the movie point to something like that?), I just think it was all her. I mean I thought that was the whole point - that she wasn't allowing herself to acknowledge/remember these deeds afterward, but that she was more or less "born to be" a witch and just couldn't admit it to herself. Everything happened around her...Caleb got lost in the woods when she went with him...they "got separated" somehow and the dog wound up mutilated...Sam "disappeared" in her care...the bloody egg was one she picked up...she milked the goat and got blood. I have never looked this up so I don't actually know what the director intended, but that was my take.

    Juliet CapuletJuliet CapuletTháng trước
  • Black Phillip got summoned by the devil just letting you know for some information

    Will JordanWill JordanTháng trước
  • I couldn't help but find it hilarious how much wood the Dad decided to constantly chop. Family falling apart? We need some wood! Demon goat in the barn?! Calls for some timber!!

    Kallette MikaKallette MikaTháng trước
  • This movie was exactly what I thought Shaymalan's the Village would be

    Page SegoviaPage SegoviaTháng trước
    • Soo trueeeee

      Haute MuseHaute Muse22 ngày trước
  • She sold her soul to the devil. Ending explained.

    LSU fan 413LSU fan 413Tháng trước
  • ergot?

    Cory ClarkCory ClarkTháng trước
  • Why do you speak like that?

    Jamie DJamie D2 tháng trước

    thewavingbearthewavingbear2 tháng trước
  • how in the hell does that starving dirt poor family have so many plump children

    Timetraveler 69Timetraveler 692 tháng trước
    • No condoms or pills.

      Dan GDan GTháng trước
  • Director needs to make a salem version now Haha

    Austin GalyanAustin Galyan2 tháng trước
  • Are you planning on doing The Descent 2?

    Wendy BethardWendy Bethard2 tháng trước
  • This ain't a review, it's a play by play of the movie

    kutip1027kutip10272 tháng trước
  • Moral of the story: Don't live in the 1600's

    computeraidedyamicomputeraidedyami2 tháng trước
  • Regarding the firewood: I would figure chopping wood has to be an every day activity, given how much you'd burn to keep warm using an open fireplace. Even a modern high-end wood stove will burn through the stuff quickly and most of us these days have other heating options available if it fails. "Don't mess around with the cold." --Jack London, probably

    Tucker CaseTucker Case2 tháng trước
  • Idk why but I like the narrator voice lol

    Lillyanna GonzalezLillyanna Gonzalez2 tháng trước
  • sure you get butter and you get to fly but then you have to spend eternity in torment so when you look at it that way it isnt that great a deal for your soul

    Suzuki SatoruSuzuki Satoru2 tháng trước
  • damned if she did. damned if she didnt

    SavvSavv2 tháng trước
  • This movie was really good. Growing up in Mexico, I was told these stories and the movie follows them to a t.

    Adrian EspinosaAdrian Espinosa2 tháng trước
  • So just. Full antisemitism with intense blood libel. Damn. :/

    Sadira SturdevantSadira Sturdevant2 tháng trước
  • Well i watched the german Version and the baby is not shown being sliced and ground up. Also there's no witches flying around in the sky. So the german version leaves a lot more room for interpretation

    Nadine PeterNadine Peter2 tháng trước
  • STOP....*yoink* baby time

    Emss SCEmss SC2 tháng trước
  • When I first saw this movie I loved it so much but my family thought it was boring and slow. Goes to show they’re all math people and I’m an English person

    Kera SummersKera Summers2 tháng trước
  • They never seemed too upset about that baby going missing. Anyways...We have called our dog Black Phillip ever since this came out

    F GenoF Geno2 tháng trước
  • Black Philip saw a farm and said, "Free real estate." 🤣

    Juci ShockwaveJuci Shockwave2 tháng trước
  • dope susperia shirt

    Lisa AndersonLisa Anderson2 tháng trước
  • You don't have to leave religion and go towards the darkness..... Religion IS the darkness!!!

    Lionel Spencer-WardLionel Spencer-Ward2 tháng trước
  • B neat if they made a sequel, where Anya Taylor-Joy plays a 3rd gen off the grid survivalist, but she builds her new place right on where her past life's family home once stood, I also think mirrors should come into play, like she could see her past self in them.

    jdzencelowczjdzencelowcz2 tháng trước
  • Feels like the end of Evil Dead. The sole survivor at a house in the wilderness against an unspeakable evil then is taken by said evil force at the end.

    Mercenary KnightMercenary Knight2 tháng trước
  • This movie is just a typical weekend with the fam in rural New England.

    Snuggles McSquishbottomSnuggles McSquishbottom2 tháng trước
  • It’s a folklore. People in those days imagined stories like this happening to “evil, forsaken “ people.

    Jaime ParkerJaime Parker2 tháng trước
  • 4:37 abortion according to prolifers

    Daniel Freire EspínDaniel Freire Espín2 tháng trước
  • i loved this movie, was scary and very good liguistics... then the pretty young blonde drops her dress

    S A D L I F ES A D L I F E2 tháng trước
  • That soup bit was hilarious, chunky lmfaoo

    EnigmaOfTheEchidnaEnigmaOfTheEchidna2 tháng trước
  • My favorite kind of horror, the “good for her.”

    Annalise SatranisAnnalise Satranis2 tháng trước
    • She's still going to hell, so not really.

      Anti EverythingAnti Everything9 giờ trước
  • I didn’t think this movie was even remotely good

    Sultan KebabSultan Kebab2 tháng trước
  • I'm sorry, but you mispronounced the title. Obviously, from the disconnection of the two Vs in W, it clearly says "T H E V V I T C H"

    DerpyGamer0013DerpyGamer00132 tháng trước
  • your personality is so annoying...

    IDK anymoreIDK anymore2 tháng trước
  • Of course Kate's character is played by the chick who played that psycho "lysa" on G.O.T

    Jillian PantanoJillian Pantano2 tháng trước
  • I'm so happy that Shane got his big break after the success of Buzzfeed Unsolved and now he's an actor

    Agassi ReyesAgassi Reyes2 tháng trước

      lvthnxlvthnx12 ngày trước
    • 😂😂 yes they do look alike

      Psychadelic PotatoPsychadelic PotatoTháng trước
  • the goat is a sign of the devil and the fact that those little kids were singing about them being the goats servants is pretty twisted

    Jed EvansJed Evans2 tháng trước
  • I m confused. I think thomasin revealed to her sister the whole truth... why would she play with sam in front of the woods? How come she knows to remove masculine presence? Did you guys notice how without affection she pushed her dead mother on top of her aside? Do you think the devil and witch preyed on them because they were vulnerable.. Do you think the devil planned everything because thomasin is coming of age alluring and a virgin?

    Nick MunaNick Muna2 tháng trước
  • I love your videos. It's the only way I can watch horror.

    Elizabeth HoffmannElizabeth Hoffmann2 tháng trước
  • Got less then 5 minutes in before I found this host annoying.

    Marc CoignardMarc Coignard3 tháng trước
  • I loved everything about this film. The foreboding atmosphere, the cinematography, the authentic costumes and dialogue...perfection. The twins were the only thing that irritated me. lol They were annoying as feck. 🖤🖤

    Crimson CloverCrimson Clover3 tháng trước
  • No, you misinterpreted a key component of the plot. Witches weren't said to be killing small children just to be able to fly around at night. There was a separate belief altogether about their ability to fly. According to both Puritanical and Protestant beliefs in the 17th century, witches were women wanting to live forever while also retaining their former beauty from youth- they wanted to be 800 yrs old without ever looking 800 yrs old. The belief among Christians at the time was that witches sacrificed and consumed children to rewind the clocks of their own lives. Simply put, the younger the sacrifice, the younger you are made in return. It's absolutely critical to understand this key distinction in the story because the driving force behind this film's plot was Satan compelling the vulnerable to sign their souls over to him to set in motion an endlessly repeating cycle of evil as he sits and watches from the sidelines. Despite signing their souls over to the devil, witches didn't want to endure God's judgement and serve their punishments in Hell either. The witches and the Satanists were just as terrified of eternal damnation as the Christians were. With a constant desperation to live as long as possible so that they delay their eventual punishments in Hell, Satan is setting in motion a repeating cycle of fear, misery, grief, and hardship among his subjects where they will constantly be ratcheting up their wickedness in order to escape death and damnation. Satan is demonstrating that humanity is so inherently deficient that they'll carry out grievous acts of evil as long as you tempt them with insignificant matters such as a more comfortable lifetime while here in the physical world. Satan is effectively demonstrating that humanity is so inherently flawed and inferior that they'll destroy themselves without him (Satan) ever having to lift a finger.

    Britton ThompsonBritton Thompson3 tháng trước
  • This movie was a breath of fresh air for the "scary" movie genre. It was incredibly well executed and is captivating as long as you are prepared to watch. Don't expect worn out jump-scares and overplayed themes from The VVitch (The Witch), as this isn't your typical Friday-night scary movie. I don't know if high-class horror is a thing, but if it is, The VVitch (The Witch) easily takes that title. Every aspect of this movie exudes tantalizing aspects of history and folklore that were clearly and intentionally crafted together to give the viewer an overall sense of looming fear and constant nervousness. Overall, this is a beyond excellent and wonderfully made scary movie that easily lands the #2 spot on my top 5 scary movie list. As a self-proclaimed scary movie connoisseur, you can be assured that I recommend this movie to other friends who have a high-grade taste in film. I recommend that anyone who enjoys darker movies to give this film a chance. Put the kids to bed, put your phone down, get comfortable, and enjoy a delightfully dark trip into the nearly-forgotten past. You won't regret it!

    Cut It OutCut It Out3 tháng trước
  • Ending explained? You went through the whole damn movie! 😆

    Edith GuzmanEdith Guzman3 tháng trước
  • i loved the VIVITCH

    fernando cuevasfernando cuevas3 tháng trước