Witches, magical powers, and sorcery have always been a favorite topic for moviegoers. You can find many excellent movies, shows, and series starring witches or spells across your favorite entertainment streamers. We’ve got a list of the best witch movies on Netflix in 2023 that you can watch NOW, plus a bonus list of favorite witch movies you can find on other streaming channels. Affiliate links are included in this post.
List Of The Best Witch Movies On Netflix (2023)
Netflix movies change often, but here’s a list of the best witch movies on Netflix that we found for the fall of 2023.
Most of these involve witches directly; some are more a stretch talking about spells or sorcery. But we think they fit the vibe you and your family may be looking for!
Let’s get witchy this season with the best witch movies on Netflix!
- The School For Good and Evil
- A Witches Ball
- Coven of Sisters
- The Curse of Bridge Hollow
- Nightbooks– a witchy Netflix movie you won’t want to miss!
- Fear Street: Part One, Part Two, and Part Three
- My Village People
- The Old Ways
- The Ritual
- Things Heard and Seen
- Coven of Sisters
- Ouija Origin of Evil
- Nanny McPhee
- The Huntsman Winter’s War
- Snow White and The Huntsman
Netflix Witch Series and Shows Related To Witchcraft and Sorcery
Not only are there a lot of witch movies on Netflix, there’s also a lot of Netflix witch series.
These shows will have a witch in a starring role or play some big plot point. And you can find all these series on Netflix this fall.
- Chilling Adventures of Sabrina- series about a young girl and her powers as she celebrates her 16th birthday on Halloween!
- Charmed- a favorite of the witch TV shows for spooky season
- Good Witch- series
- The Worst Witch- series
- Wednesday- series about a small town school for kids with magical abilities
- The Magicians-series
- The Sandman- series
- Scardey Cats
- Always a Witch
- The Witcher- series
- Supernatural- series
Other Famous Witch Movies You Can Stream on Disney+, Amazon Prime, Max
While you were looking for Netflix options, you might be bummed that some of your favorite movies didn’t land on Netflix this year.
Here’s a list of the best witch movies NOT on Netflix this year, but you can rent or buy from other streaming options.
Check the links for affiliate links on Amazon or to other streaming channels to watch some of the best witch movies in 2023.
- The Conjuring (2013)
- The Witch (2015)
- Rosemary’s Baby (1968)- one of the best movies ever made
- Season of the Witch (1973)
- The Covenant (2006)
- Wizard of Oz- who can forget the Wicked Witch of the West?
- The Witches of Eastwick (1987) with Michelle Pfeiffer, Susan Sarandon, and Meryl Streep, who fall in love with Jack Nicholson
- The Blair Witch Project- a cult classic film students get lost in a forest, and only their film is found.
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
- Witchcraft (1988)
- Teen Witch (1989)
- Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness (Disney+) – nothing beats the Scarlet Witch- ask Dr. Strange!
- The Lords of Salem (2012)
- The Witches (1990)
- The Witches (2020)
- Hocus Pocus (1993) on Disney+: The Sanderson Sisters starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler and Kathy Najimi
- The Craft (1996), starring Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbel, Robin Tunney, and Rachel True
- Practical Magic (1998), starring witch sisters Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock
- The Chronicles of Narnia- The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Disney+)
- Into the Woods (2014) Disney+
- The Little Mermaid
- Harry Potter Series of Movies, we especially love the movies when they focus on the rotating professors in the Defense of Dark Arts
- The Crucible (Amazon Prime)
- Twitches (one and two) Disney+
Some of these movies we’d consider scary movies; some find a home on the not-so-scary list and might be suitable for a young woman or young boy who are just getting into the genre.
Read the parent’s guides before jumping in with kids in the room.
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Patty Holliday is a parent movie reviewer, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews. As a lifelong fangirl and pop culture connoisseur, she’s been creating online since 2009. You can find her work at No-Guilt Disney.com, No-Guilt Fangirl.com, No-Guilt Life, and as host of the top-rated No-Guilt Disney Podcast.