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Scarlet's Witch (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery | 12 December 2014 (USA)
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A lonely girl befriends a witch in the woods who has ulterior motives in this adult fairy tale.

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F.C. Rabbath
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Cast

Credited cast:
Emily Pearse ... Scarlet
Avery Kristen Pohl ... Young Scarlet
Carlie Nettles Carlie Nettles ... Roommate
Callie Haskins Callie Haskins ... Julia
Julie Moss ... Witch
Bill Kelly ... Dad
Taylor Edmonds ... Greg
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlton Barnaby Carlton Barnaby ... Cop
Maegan Cohen ... Teen girl
Drew Hill Drew Hill ... Dancer
Daniel Mutis Daniel Mutis ... Brad
Joey Newfield Joey Newfield ... Brian
Marcy Palmer ... Older Scarlet
Maureen Pohl Maureen Pohl ... Dad's Friend
Shelly Searcy Shelly Searcy ... Park Girl
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Alienated by her peers as a young girl, Scarlet finds escape from her loneliness in the forest where she meets a mysterious witch. Scarlet refuses the offer of magic at first, but maintains the friendship into her college years. When her blossoming relationship with a handsome boy at school is threatened by another girl, Scarlet turns to her old friend and her sorcery to get what she wants. Will her newfound powers fulfill all her desires or destroy everything she has known and loved? Written by Earthlala

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Drama | Fantasy | Mystery

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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F.C. Rabbath Creations See more »
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Let's call this a "sick-day" movie.
30 April 2015 | by katie_coffee_cupSee all my reviews

First off, this film has it's problems - and obvious problems at that. Upon my first viewing I was instantly aware of issues such as the - at times - shaky acting, the jarring narration that crops up every now and again, weird voice effects and the slow pacing around the second act of the film.

However, despite all of these pet peeves, I continued to watch - because one of the greatest strengths of the film was it's originality. This story is not one which I feel has ever been done before, and I was desperate to find out where it was going and how it would end. Though the direction of the story was questionable at times, I can assure you it leads to a satisfying pay off at the end. Additionally, it has some great cinematography which is very pleasant to watch.

Overall, I call this a sick day movie, because it's the sort of film to watch when you're ill in bed and have the time to view something a little different that will hold your attention and give you something other than your flu to think about.

It's a sweet little film with it's ups and downs, that definitely creates something magical.


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