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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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Johannes Brost threw up after filming his fight scene and did not dare to watch the film because of the violence. 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 »


Hit Me
Written by Samir El Alaoui, Patrick Saxe & Anna Andersson
Performed by Anna Andersson
Produced by Samir El Alaoui
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Top notch gore minus the scares. Good effort nonetheless.
27 November 2016 | by Fella_shibbySee all my reviews

This movie was in my radar for a long time. It wasn't available in the library. Searched the market where they sell pirated ones for 50 rs. Was to no avail. Heard some very good reviews n how some compared it to the evil dead. Well as a fan of evil dead like most people, i was eager for this. Finally saw this. Thank you Steve for the movie. Coming to the movie, the acting was horrendous. There was minimal character development. The chicks were not that eye candy. The Swedish forests/woods weren't utilized. There was zero cinematography. What really bugged me was that this movie was not at all creepy or scary. There was no proper explanation given about the house or the "thing" inside the cellar. Read bah the "thing" on wiki. Scary n interesting. In one scene the zombie/possessed person is screaming so much that I felt sympathy for it. The characters were so lame n stupid, i mean all of em? The movie is full of scenes like "why would they do that" "common man". The director tried to make it look like an 80s film with the music n that grainy feel. One thing the movie can really boast about is the amount of impressive gore. It's gory. I mean much gory than the Evil dead remake. All in all a good effort. Check out Gallows hill. A better demon movie. Well this is a decent non scary horror flick with impressive gore but lacked originality.

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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


Box Office


SEK300,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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