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The Witch Works Surprisingly Well as a Wes Anderson Movie

The “X movie in the style of Y director/genre” idea has been done a million times (several times just with Wes Anderson alone), but they don’t always work as well as this recut trailer for The Witch. A quick change of music and the right selection of clips, and one of last year’s big horror movies is a quirky comedy classic.

(via /Film, image via screengrab)

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