Outside of the two movies you mention, I think there's another form of this that gets used lot, but is related to the movie The Village. You see it a lot in the crime shows that are on now where you get scene A (or clue A) and then B and of course they obviously add up to X. Then we get scene C (or clue C) a little later and "Surprise!" everything now adds up to Y.
The other way this is being done more often in TV or Movies is with the flashback, sometimes paired with the imperfect Narrator.
In my opinion, this is different than an actual Twist. I feel like misleading the audience so you can generate surprise is it's own thing. It's certainly open for debate as to when something is a twist vs something else. I think these things are all related on some sort of spectrum.
I would frame it like this maybe (I'm just making this up as I go, so be gentle)
1. A twist is hidden from both the in universe actors and the viewer.
2. A "gotcha!" is apparent to the in-universe actors but hidden from the viewer.
3. A "walk" is hidden from both the in-universe actors and the viewer, but they are both "walked" to the conclusion by the story at the same pace (i.e. both the detectives and the viewer are given clue C at the same time).
Like many things, I think all of these can be done in a way that's enjoyable, or can also be done horribly and just suck. I too find The Witch to be the superior movie of the two you started with, but for me it has nothing to do with the fact that it doesn't have "a twist".
Anyway, hope any of this helps you hash out your question. If not, well, it was free.