• Strong praise from Modern Horrors for Curse of the Witching Tree 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 ...
  • Brilliant Review of Curse of the Witching Tree from BritFlicks “Beautifully Framed, Shot and Lit” British Film Review: Curse Of The Witching Tree Directed By James Crow Genre: Horror Curse Of The Witching Tree:  A heartfelt tale of loss set off by the horror of a distant past. A good horror film in its truest sense is largely based on how churned up a story can make an audience feel. ‘Curse of the Witching ...
  • Amazing review from UK Horror Scene for Curse of the Witching Tree Curse of The Witching Tree (2015) DVD Review Curse of The Witching Tree (2015) Writer, Producer, Director: James Crow Cast: Sarah Rose Denton, Lucy Clarvis, Lawrence Weller Running Time: 90 minutes UK Release date: 18th May 2015 UK Certificate: 15 A classic tale of a cursed past brought bang up to date with unexpected scares to boot. Opening with an atmospheric and concise ...
  • High praise FromPage2Screen for Curse of the Witching Tree Curse Of The Witching Tree (2015) James Crow, a name that I was familiar with more as a writer than a director having seen his work on such films as Riot (a.k.a. GBH), He Who Dares, and most recently having seen the story he wrote for the extremly impressive Dominic Burns directed film ‘Allies’. So it ...
  • Haddonfield Horror call Curse of the Witching Tree a masterpiece David Martin reviews the new British Indie film by Horror Maestro James Crow, havent heard of him yet? After this one you will do! And it’s released on Monday.. Bored of Hollywood, bored so fucking bored of the remakes, sorry reboots and of the tedious trawling through horrors back catalogue trying to make more money out ...
  • Horror Cult Films give Curse of the Witching Tree 7 out 10 stars and rave review CURSE OF THE WITCHING TREE (2015) Amber Thorson and her two children Jake and Emma move into an old farmhouse called St. Jonas. Whilst excited about their new home, their move is tinged with heartbreaking sadness as Amber’s husband lies in hospital in a coma after an unnamed accident. Without having enough on their plate, their ...
  • Solid Review From Realm of Horror Calling Curse of the Witching Tree a solid debut “Curse of the Witching Tree” – A review “Curse of the Witching Tree” marks the directorial debut of British film maker James Crow. Having previously written the indie thrillers “He Who Dares” (2014), “The Warning” (2012), and “Riot” (AKA GBH – 2012), his latest script has him taking the directors reigns himself, for this supernatural tale of ...
  • Fantastic first review for Curse of the Witching Tree from Zombie Apocalypse Net Movie Review: Curse Of the Witching Tree (2015) by Kelli Marchman McNeely on March 30, 2015. A mother and her two children, movie into a beautiful old farm in the country, while the children’s father remains in the hospital in coma after an accident. A group of local bullies have singled out Jake. One day, while running ...
  • Fantastic new review from Daily Dead News Impressions: Curse of the Witching Tree Do you remember having a favorite tree growing up? Maybe you shared your first kiss underneath its leafy branches, rested against its gnarled bark while reading your favorite paperbacks, or even used it as the safe spot in games of base tag with your friends. Well, the titular timber in ...
  • 4 Star Review From Beyond The Gore Continuing a 2015 trend of spooky British releases comes writer/director James Crow’s ‘Curse of the Witching Tree’ a moving and often intense supernatural chiller set in rural England. Delivering a rich mythology right from the get go, COTWT begins by introducing us to a local legend of the witching tree pertaining to an eternal curse on ...