Curse of the Witching Tree


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 63%
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 1430


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Jon Campling as Father Flanagan
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1hr 42 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lazylob 1 / 10

Wow, what a stinker

Don't get me wrong, i'm British and i like nothing more than watching a home-grown movie. But this... I don't know where to start, the acting is like watching a school play, over exaggerated movements which are comical, the dialogue is stilted and amateur. Some members of the cast are supposed to be school children and plainly look about 25, it's insulting and unbelievable. Technically it's.... well i don't know, it's..... not technical at all. The dialogue is all captured using ambient microphones, you can barely hear the dialogue in places due to traffic, bird song or the wind. The whole thing is shot in what appears to be a lovely country house but whomever actually owns it (probably one of the producers, director or 'mate of') has obviously blown all their money purchasing or renting the property because inside the refurbishment is as poor as the acting. Who the hell would spend 3 million on a house and then put a 'Beko' fridge in it? The floor coverings, doors, door frames and skirting boards are straight out of a 90's new build house and not fitting at all with the period of the house. All in all i'd say the first 1,000 people who rated this movie are friends and family of the people who worked on it, certainly not the people who worked on it themselves because i doubt that would amount to more than 35 including the cast. What Budget? What script? What lighting? what score? What sound engineer?

It's like something produced by First year Bradford film School students, and that's an insult to Bradford Film School students as to date, they've not produced anything this appalling to my knowledge

Reviewed by Sankari_Suomi 1 / 10

Unmitigated drivel on a nonexistent budget

For the love of Pete, where the hell do I even start? The movie opens with two blatantly false statistics.

--'The bubonic plague, also known as the Black Death, killed an estimated 200 million people in Europe.'

No, the correct figure is 25 million. Europe's population at the time was ~65 million, so a death toll of 200 million would have wiped out the entire population of Europe about three times over.

--'There are 61,551 recorded executions for witchcraft.'

No, the total estimate of executions for witchcraft is 40,000.

COTWT desperately wants to be taken seriously and tries to emulate some aspects of Hammer Horror, but it looks like it was produced by a bunch of high school kids on an overdose of Valium. The result is 103 minutes of gibberish that even Uwe Bolle would disown.

With a rambling, incoherent plot and actors who sound like they were dragged from a psych ward on 'Extra Medicine Day', this giant steaming dung ball made me want to remove my own eyes with a combine harvester.

I rate 'Curse of the Witching Tree' at 3.33 on the Haglee Scale, which works out as a humiliating 1/10 on IMDb.

Reviewed by toddcoury 1 / 10


This was my second failure to bring home a good scary movie for family movie night. So much cliché, from disrespectful children, to potato sacks

Acting was terrible, story was tired, and did I mention that the acting was terrible? Was no research done to try and bolster the attempts to make any of this more believable, was he in a coma, or taking a nap?

The scariest part of this movie, was the fact that at the advertised 90 minute mark it didn't end! It went on for another 3 minutes. Very disappointed, after reading some lengthy reviews that really promoted this as a significant indie shocker. At least I had enough time to do some dishes and laundry.

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