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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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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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What on EARTH is this?
19 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a film that should spark change. Real change in the world of film! It's one of those rare productions that cause a ripple and everyone get's together and says, YES we need change! - and that change is that we need to be able to give a film 0/10!!

You're probably wondering why I let my eyeballs suffer such awful torment for the duration but I am slightly masochistic and I wouldn't want to review a title unless it had been seen in it's (almost) entirety.

I'm not sure where to begin, but I would like to keep my review brief because I've already wasted enough time on this film. Firstly I watched the 3D version.. 3D??? it was barely 1D and the ridiculous glasses just made things look red, which gave me a headache. I must have fallen unconscious for the next hour because I don't remember anything.

The premise of the film is that a club of friends get together to try and work out strange goings on, (they're going for a cross between Scoobie Do and Most Haunted). One of the girls has a birthday and so they all argue a bit and decide to go to a spooky wood called Harrow. According to the computer hacker character, wikipedia states that a witch perished there and made the place haunted.

Then when we get there we find out that it's got a wooden hut and inside is very similar to the haunted hotel in the Shining, complete with blood tidal wave (made with lots of buckets of ketchup). The story doesn't really go anywhere at this point and instead the director starts acting and talking to Ric Mayal in tongues, which is kind of hard to understand because it's quite muffly.

Then it cuts back to the friends who are dead/dying because of the witch's curse. That's it. The End. 0/10


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