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The Legend of Harrow Woods (2008)

TV-MA | | Horror | Video 13 June 2011
A group of young people on a camping trip in the woods fall foul of a deranged family of in-breds.

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Richard Driscoll ...
George Carney (as Steven Craine)
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Vincent Carney
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Winston
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Winston Junior
Richard Waters ...
Karl
Jason Donovan ...
Gary
Sonya Vine ...
Rachel
Kathryn Rooney ...
Anna
Charlie Allen ...
Lewis
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Raven (voice)
Ben Tolkien ...
James
Paul Battin ...
Steve
Jules Wheeler ...
Vivienne Carney
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Victoria
Vass Anderson ...
Professor Jackson
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Horror movie, following the adventures of a group of students who enter the haunted forest Harrow Woods. With the aim of investigating the disappearance of horror novelist George Carney, a group of students, encouraged by Gary, enter the forest where he was last seen two years ago. Uncovering more than they had bargained for - not least that the infamous 17th century witch Lenore Selwyn was burnt at the stake in Harrow Woods and died laying a curse upon the ground beneath her - the students soon find themselves in a battle for survival. Written by Susan Thompson

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If only they made it, what it could have been.......
21 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

Before I begin I would just like to say that I am a massive fan of cult horrors, which I believed this had the potential to be.

I found this title and thought... "I bet it will be cool"....."eclectic cast and a decent enough synopsis"...."should be interesting" ..urmm.... Well..... I learned the hard way.

English people talking with an unconvincing American accent? A storyline which just about made sense, but only if you try real hard? And the acting? well it is the only situation in my life, that I am glad Jason Donovan was involved. Rik Mayall as ever did a Sterling job, but the rest of the cast were mediocre, at the very best!

I don't want to spoil the plot, but if I am honest, I struggled to find one. There is one there, but you need to really be on your toes to find it, you are certainly not gonna be smacked in the face with it!

The effects and camera work I did like, but that is what I was expecting, use of interesting camera shots and effects, not necessarily ground breaking stuff, but more than worthy of this style of film. It is just a shame that they were linked together so badly with such an appalling plot.

If you like films which don't make much sense, has dodgy acting with unconvincing accents, and the potential to be a great cult horror but just falls short of the mark, then this is for you ...


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