I don't know if most of the folks here don't watch movies, or just don't care to talk about it. But, either way, I'll toss out one that might appeal to those who like a dark experience.
The movie is "City of the Dead" (known as "Horror Hotel" in the U.S.). Contrary to the titles (both of which are misleading) this is a low-budget black and white film from circa 1961 starring Christopher Lee about a coven of witches in a small New England town called White Wood. I believe that this and "Curse of the Demon" are two of the best films about witchcraft that have been made.
"Horror Hotel" has a thick atmosphere of dread and menace. There is no gore.
Though the U.S. version is good, try and locate the original British cut (which has been released in the U.S. on DVD) because it's a bit longer in an important part.
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