Cherry Tree

2015

Action / Horror

2
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 18%
IMDb Rating 4.3 10 546

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Anna Walton as Sissy
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Reviewed by Nigel P 8 / 10

Spoilers follow ...

Anna Walton has one of those faces. She seems to crop up in all sorts of productions, but it was a while before I realised she was Luke Goss's albino sister in 'Hellboy 2 (2008)'. Here, she plays Sissy, a sports teacher at Faith's (Naomi Battrick) school.

Faith is a stunning fifteen year old virgin, casually bullied by her school friends. Her father is dying. Sissy, who has been observing her, has a deal to make … The characters are well defined. Although defensive, Faith is a likable character, and as her predicament becomes more pronounced, we fear for what she's getting herself into. Equally, Sissy becomes less easy to trust the more embroiled she becomes in the lives of Faith and her father.

The pace of the film is frenetic. Faith's makes a remarkable (impossibly quick) recovery from her various ordeals before embarking on avenging herself against the formidable coven of occultists – but then, when so many events are influenced by the supernatural, who is to say that she cannot defy all obstacles at such a lick? If you can get past that implausibility, it is easy to get caught up in the quick-fire revelations and development – there is a lot to be lost allowing the attention to wander.

With such an attractive cast, there is little excuse for drifting. That, alongside some generous amount of carnage, make this a very enjoyable roller-coaster. The ending, which I think intends us not to take anything too seriously, is either a huge jump shock, or hilarious, depending on your point of view.

Reviewed by trashgang 7 / 10

low on horror, you have to wait until the end

Strange to see that this flick has a low rating. Of course I can understand it because it's not a typical horror. It's all about witchcraft but it take a while before things go awry.

But for me it immediately got my attention from the start. And i agree, you have to wait until the end before the real horror comes in and in between it's a bit of a normal story, maybe the story itself isn't that strong but I still found it worth picking up. In Belgium and the Netherlands this flick is well promotes even as it is a Irish flick because it's been supported by Jan Doense well known in both countries for his addiction to horror. And naturally at film festivals it was programmed by him.

The story is simple, a girl her father is dying but she's been bullied aged 15 and still being a virgin. A new teacher at school watches her closely and brings her into witchcraft. If she gets pregnant then the witch promise her she will heal her father. But there's one thing she must agree, she has to give over the baby to the witch to be offered to the Devil.

For the geeks this will be indeed be a no go flick but if you are a newbie then just pick it up. If you are a geek and can stand horrors without to much horror just until the end, pick it up too.

Gore 1/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 3/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5

Reviewed by kosmasp 3 / 10

Rosemary tree

There is nothing wrong copying a classic (at least that's how I feel, I know some people think this is sacrilege). There is something wrong if you don't do it right though. I'm still being nice considering how bad the acting and the script for this is. It's not that the actors in this try to be bad, but sometimes the script is not helping you do your work either.

There is nudity and blood though, so if you are into exploitation sort of, you may find things that are at least a bit exciting. So this is more graphic than Rosemarys baby for example, because it can. It doesn't elevate it or bring it close enough to even make it a contender. If you like filth, go ahead watch, but don't forget: you've been warned

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