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Wither (2012)

Vittra (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 9 August 2013 (Sweden)
Ida and Albin are a happy couple. They set off to a cabin in the vast Swedish woodlands to have a fun holiday with their friends. But under the floorboards waits an evil from Sweden's dark past.
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Credited cast:
Patrik Berg-Almkvisth Patrik Berg-Almkvisth ... Albin (as Patrik Almkvist)
Lisa Henni ... Ida
Patrick Saxe ... Simon
Johannes Brost ... Gunnar
Amanda Renberg Amanda Renberg ... Linnea
Jessica Blomkvist Jessica Blomkvist ... Marie / The Vættr
Max Wallmo Max Wallmo ... Markus
Anna Henriksson Anna Henriksson ... Tove
Ingar Sigvardsdotter Ingar Sigvardsdotter ... Karin
Ralf Beck ... Olof
Sanna Ekman ... Eva
Julia Knutson Julia Knutson ... Lisa
Jessica Darberg Jessica Darberg ... Customer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chaton Anderson ... Zoe


Ida and Albin are a happy couple. They set off to a cabin in the vast Swedish woodlands to have a fun holiday with their friends. But under the floorboards waits an evil from Sweden's dark past.

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Horror | Thriller


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Fredrik Dolk and A.R. Hellquist were announced to have roles but do not appear in the final film. Dolk and Hellquist portrayed police officers. Hellquist's voice can still be heard during Albin's phone call. See more »


When Marie sneaks into the cabin from one of the back windows to scare off Albin who is trying to unlock the front door and get in, the inside of the cabin is too dark and Marie finds a candle and lights it on with a match. From now on the length of the candle differs in each scene. At first it's long, at the very next scene it becomes a half shorter. Then again it's longer, then again shorter. See more »


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Wasted Life
Written by Samir El Alaoui, Mattias Widén, Kristian Petersson, Joakin Öhrström & Mattias Blomkvist
Performed by Inferno Incognito
Produced by Samir El Alaoui
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Great practical effects and yet you feel nothing
1 December 2017 | by spencergrande6See all my reviews

This has probably the best mud-blood effects I've ever seen (mud-blood is the modern incarnation of blood that refuses to be red because that's a color and desaturation is all the rage - but in this case there's actual mud which helps). There are really good practical effects and non-stop craziness throughout and yet I still felt nothing.

It's all in service to those who came before. There's no ingenuity or true imagination at work here. It's so indebted to The Evil Dead it forgets to be its own thing and somehow winds up worse as a result. An up the ante riff on The Evil Dead shouldn't just feel like it's going through the motions. I can't quite put my finger on it, but this whole thing is just off in some way and it's all related to that somehow.

There's never a moment that makes your mind jump and heart leap at the sheer unexpectedness, the showmanship, it's just so much blood and splatter and god I hate that that sounds like a bad thing but here it is.

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Release Date:

9 August 2013 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

A Casa do Demônio See more »

Filming Locations:

Knivsta, Sweden


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SEK300,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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