Steam Hagazussa


Hagazussa is a movie starring Aleksandra Cwen, Celina Peter, and Claudia Martini. Paranoia & Superstition in 15th Century Europe.

Other Titles
Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse, Hagazussa - Der Hexenfluch, La duodécima noche, A Maldição da Bruxa, Árnyék, Incantations
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Horror, Drama
Lukas Feigelfeld
Lukas Feigelfeld
Celina Peter, Claudia Martini, Aleksandra Cwen, Tanja Petrovsky
Austria, Germany
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In the remote Austrian alps in the 15th century, superstition reigns supreme. While plague stalks the land, paranoid peasants swap cautionary folk tales about evil spirits, pagans, Jews and other outsiders. Viewed with suspicion by their neighbors, young Albrun and her mother share a humble log-cabin farm nestled in a snowy mountain woodland. Orphaned at a young age, Albrun is left traumatized and alone, though she still hears her mother's ghostly voice calling her in the dead of night. Jumping forward 20 years, adult Albrun (Aleksandra Cwen) is now a single mother herself, still living on the forest farm with a newborn baby. The local priest shuns her and neighbors still routinely bully her: "Nobody wants your rotten milk, you ugly witch." One villager lures Albrun unto an uneasy friendship, but her motives prove malevolent, enticing the younger woman in a macabre sadomasochistic sex ritual. The final act sees a brutalized, ostracized, possibly insane Albrun descend into a psychedelic nightmare of infernal visions and cannibalistic horrors.

Comments about horror «Hagazussa» (5)

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This is a horror movie from the Japanese. And it's not a remake, so I have to give it some credit. The story follows a young woman, who is pregnant and is sent to a mental institution. And the story isn't much. The acting is good, and the production is good. The script is okay. But the plot doesn't have much, and the movie has no real atmosphere. The director is a big unknown. The movie is very long. So, I have to say that it's worth watching. I hope to see more movies from him. The last scene of the movie is quite good, but the story is very slow. The movie isn't scary, but it has a lot of atmosphere. I give it 7/10.

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Linda T.

I wanted to see this film because I was interested in the idea of a story about a society that is seemingly no longer, in a sense, and it seemed to be one of the best things about the film. This film is about a society of people that have no means of living. Their survival of the fittest is by means of the "sacrifice" of people who they have abandoned. This society is an ancient, archaic society where sacrifice has replaced the more traditional family in a society that seems to be dying. The film focuses on the behavior of the protagonist, Tarik, and the way in which he deals with his problems. It is a good film for its setting, the art direction, the acting and the suspense. If you are interested in the society and how it lives, this is a film you should watch.

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I have to admit, I did enjoy this movie. It is one of those films that keeps you guessing throughout. The acting is good, but the story is great. I will say, however, that it is a bit slow in parts. I was thinking, "Oh, what the hell is going on here?" However, I did enjoy the movie. I am not a fan of the Japanese vampire movies, but this one is worth watching. I would recommend it to fans of the genre. Also, I would recommend it to those who are fans of vampire movies, but don't mind the slow pace. 7/10

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Well, this is the movie I was waiting for. There is no doubt that this is one of the best Mexican Horror movies. The story was well written and executed. The actors performed brilliantly. And the last, the music was excellent. I watched this movie with the headphones on and all the sound effects were good. But the first hour of the movie was better than the rest. I really liked the style of the film. It was not a typical Mexican Horror movie. It was a good movie. I liked this movie a lot. I liked it very much and I hope it will win the Oscar for best foreign film of the year.

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While not in the same league as "Schindler's List" or "Saw", "Yariv" is a very good horror film, with some of the best acting I have ever seen. It's the story of a woman who suffers from a debilitating illness and is determined to survive it by any means necessary. That's not to say the film is entirely realistic. She is aided by an elderly man, who helps her get by, and one of her relatives who is also a nurse. But it's not about what you think. It's about what you do. The film is completely silent during the majority of its running time. The silence helps to heighten the suspense, as do the opening sequences, which are surprisingly chilling. There is some great acting, particularly from the older man, who is an excellent actor in his own right. I was surprised to see that he had only directed one film before. I think this film shows the power of acting over a cast, and how a strong performance can carry an entire film. The film is very different from other films in the same genre. It's not a standard slasher film, it is much more. The film is also incredibly violent, so if you are squeamish, I suggest you skip this one. But if you enjoy a horror film that is also very violent, I highly recommend you see this one.