An innocent woman, accused of murdering her son and hanged as a witch, curses a tree and the children who play around it. The effects of this act of revenge echo through the years and ...
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An innocent woman, accused of murdering her son and hanged as a witch, curses a tree and the children who play around it. The effects of this act of revenge echo through the years and centuries, and restless spirits haunt the house where the bodies of the cursed children have been buried. A family move into their new home, and begin to uncover the terrible truth behind The Witching Tree and the murdered children upon which they unknowingly sleep...Written by
Really, there is not one original frame in this flick. Not one. You've seen everything here before and you can see what's going to happen from 10 miles away.
At the risk of giving out spoilers, I won't go into the details. Let's just say that this is a poor man's Amityville Horror or The Shining or...any countless other haunted house films made in the past 100 years or so.
The good news is I won't remember how unoriginal and uninteresting this film was 10 minutes from now. How come I didn't give the movie a 1? The cinematography wasn't too shabby; did kind of look like digital film, though which, truth be told, just does not for a film-look make. Digital video has its place in music videos and commercials, but in movies, a less-clean, slightly-muted look is preferable.
All involved tried their best with the lousy, unoriginal script they had. Could've been worse, but also could've been better.
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