A review of Arthur Miller’s 1953 play ‘The Crucible’ and the 1996 film adaptation starring Winona Ryder and Daniel Day Lewis. Discusses the image of the witch and how ‘The Crucible’ is relevant in today’s society.
My latest Witchcraft book was certainly an odd one. Kate Pullinger’s Weird Sister felt as though it should have been a compelling read, the tension based plot was there with intriguing premise and characters yet something was missing. The story sees American woman Agnes Samuels move into the English rural town of Warboys. She instantly enchants the community winning the affection and admiration of most of the inhabitants.
“In October of 1944, three student filmmakers disappeared in the woods near Burkittsville, while shooting a documentary, A year later, their footage was found”