‘Curse of the Witch’s Doll Review: A Horror Movie To Be Worth Your Time
The Film ‘Curse of the Witch‘s Doll’ may not break any new ground in the killer toy sub genre, but it’s creepy and atmospheric enough to be worth your time.
If you’re looking for a horror film to pass the time, you could do a lot worse than expose yourself to the Curse of the Witch’s Doll. The film maybe two-thirds dry, but the witch’s doll, and a killer second act, keep the film alive!
After a series of inexplicable events, Adeline Gray believes a haunted doll possesses the soul of a vengeful Witch. To have any hope of being reunited with her missing daughter, she knows she must defeat the evil curse of The Witch’s Doll.
A true-crime writer visits a house in the woods with her young daughter to investigate a family’s murder. She becomes increasingly aware of a Victorian doll her daughter has taken a liking to that appears to be following her and begins to suspect the doll is possessed by the soul of a vengeful witch.
Directed By: Lawrence Fowler
Written By: Lawrence Fowler
Cast: Helen Crevel, Philip Ridout, Claire Carreno…
Runtime: 100 minutes
Studio: Up A Notch Productions
Some Opinion’s Critics about ‘Curse of the Witch’:
James Perkins (Starburst)
At the end of the day, Curse of the Witch’s Doll fails to deliver on any real jump scares but finishes on a strong final act accompanied by a solid lead performance and interesting twist.
Sol Harris (Starburst)
Not only does this film not manage to stick the landing, but it doesn’t even try to land in the first place.