Esther, Annie and George are 3 people whose lives have reached a crisis point. On the night of 31st October, all three find themselves drawn to a clearing in the woods. Secrets are revealed...
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Esther, Annie and George are 3 people whose lives have reached a crisis point. On the night of 31st October, all three find themselves drawn to a clearing in the woods. Secrets are revealed and nothing will ever be the same again as an ancient power emerges from the shadows...Written by
I appreciated the message but I thought much of it was cringeworthy. For a start I don't like musicals - way too much singing. A lot of the singing was bad, and some of the lyrics were a bit painful. I nearly burst out laughing when the girl's brother turned up and the 'old ones' pulled out bow and arrow, jumped in defence, etc - so corny it was funny. The makeup was overdone and it was all just a bit contrived. I'm not sure who the movie was aimed at. If it was aimed at pagans, it was like preaching to the converted. If it was aimed at non-pagans, they'd just laugh at it. I couldn't take it seriously (and I'm pagan) so I doubt any non-pagan could. I couldn't wait for the movie to be over so I could go home. Too stagey for me.
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