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    Here Are 10 Witch Movies That'll Make You Fall Under Their Spell

    Do I have to ~spell~ it out for you?

    10. The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    The Wicked Witch of the West casting a curse next to Glinda the Good Witch smiling sweetly
    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Austin Allie

    This movie isn't exactly spooky, but you can't deny that these witches are true icons. From the beautiful Glinda to the devious Wicked Witch of the West, this movie inspired countess adorable Halloween looks and introduced so many of us to the wonderful world of witches.

    9. Spirited Away (2001)

    This adorable animated movie details the adventure of a ten year old girl into the woods filled with witches and spirits. Not only is it the cutest thing you will ever watch, but Zeniba and Yubaba are absolute queens.
    Studio Ghibli

    Anything produced by Studio Ghibli is pure magic, but Spirited Away is especially amazing. With dragons, spirits, and witches, you'll be transported into a completely different world.

    8. Big Fish (2003)

    An old witch with an eye patch on
    Columbia Pictures

    Big Fish is such a sweet movie about a man who loves telling stories to his son and their relationship towards the end of his life. The witch in this movie has a glass eye, and it's fabled to show you the way you're going to die. While this movie isn't scary, it's definitely worth watching.

    7. Bewitched (2005)

    Nicole Kidman as Samantha wearing a witch hat in her kitchen
    Red Wagon Entertainment

    Based on the popular '60s TV show, Bewitched is not only funny but iconic in its own right. This modern-day Samantha is a lovable witch trying to escape her powers who only ends up using them more as she falls in love with a mortal.

    6. The Love Witch (2016)

    The Love Witch concocting a love potion to lure in a lover
    Anna Biller Productions

    The Love Witch is not only an incredibly feminist movie, but it also stays true to many occult practices. Elaine is in love with love, but her methods of finding and keeping it are a little... unconventional, to say the least. That being said, she very well may be the most iconic witch on this list.

    5. Stardust (2007)

    Michelle Pfeiffer as an aged witch casting a magical spell
    Paramount Pictures

    Stardust is one of the most magical movies I've ever seen. From the minute it begins, you can feel how special it is. And, in case you were wondering, these three witches and their quest to be forever young are the best part.

    4. Practical Magic (1998)

    Witch sisters Sally and Gillian bringing a dead body back to life
    Village Roadshow Pictures

    Cursed to lose those they love, these two sisters and their witchy aunts have no choice but to practice their magic when they get into some trouble with the undead. This movie is both thrilling and heartwarming. Every second is – and I cannot stress this enough – perfect and witchy.

    3. Hocus Pocus (1993)

    Three witch sisters casting a magical spell on Halloween night
    Disney

    There's no denying that these were the witches that shaped our childhood. Vowing to come back in 100 years when a virgin lights a candle, these witches will never fail to make you laugh or fill you with nostalgia.

    2. The VVitch (2015)

    A young girl performing a witch ritual while covered in blood
    A24

    This movie will keep you confused and terrified the whole time. It's downright spooky and pretty historically accurate in its portrayal of witch hysteria. Also, good luck trying to figure out who the witch of the wood is.

    1. And lastly, The Craft (1996)

    A young coven of witches getting off of a bus
    Columbia Pictures

    This movie is entirely dedicated to these four iconic witches. These girls discover witchcraft in high school and use it to get what they want, but it comes at a cost. This movie is filled with magical moments and is a must watch if you're interested in the pop culture of witches.

    What are some of your favorite witch movies? Drop your recommendations in the comments!

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