THE CURSE OF AUDREY EARNSHAW MOVIE REVIEW
Taking place way back in the 19th century…wait, no, it’s just people who LIVE like it’s still the 19th century, Audrey is the daughter of Agatha. Agatha keeps Audrey hidden away from the rest of the town. Why? Something to do with who her father is. The town is backwards and superstitious and in trouble: their crops and livestock are not doing well. Casting about blame, as primitive hut dwellers are wont to do, they point at Agatha, whose farm is doing just fine. And as well they should: Agatha’s made some dark deals and somehow, her daughter is involved. Chris, Robert, Adrian, and Matt take a look at this slow-burn horror and tell you whether it should keep you up at night or put you to sleep.
**There is a longer, uncut, video version of this review for subscribers TIME LORD and above right here.**
DIRECTED BY: Thomas Robert Lee
STARRING: Hannah Emily Anderson, Catherine Walker, Jared Abrahamson, Sean McGinley, Don McKellar, Geraldine O’Rawe, Anna Cummer, David LeReaney, Jessica Reynolds, Tom Carey, Barb Mitchell, Alexis McKenna, Lorette Clow, Shawna Pliva McGill, Geordie Cheeseman
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