Saturday Special: Wicked Witches [Film]


“After being thrown out of his home by his wife for being promiscuous, Mark finds himself back at Dumpling Farm, a place of youthful memories and parties, but things aren’t quite right. His old buddy Ian, who has never left the place, is possessed by a group demonic, flesh eating Witches. Using Ian and his farm, these beautiful Witches honey trap Mark and his friends to consume their souls.” – October Coast PR




Oh sweet readers, the time is coming up sooner than you think! The love for the world of horror is about to strike the world sooner than you think! It’s been a minute since we covered a horror film on here, as it’s nice to give a cool slow burn working towards our Month of Horror. We shall be trickling in a few here and there in preparation for what is marked to be one of the best Horror seasons in our history! And we are kicking things off with damn good one with the brilliant British slasher Wicked Witches! Filmed in the proverbial backyard of Trainwreck’d Society HQ (Cambridgeshire) this is a film that hits all the marks damn near perfectly when it comes to being a terrific horror film. Wicked Witches is a film that has that perfect build up of suspense mixed with the the perfect concoction of blood and mayhem that leads to a wonderful ending. If you love horror Folks, as I am certain you all do, this is a brilliant indie horror film to get yourself ready for the scary ass season!




Performance wise, the film is definitely not lacking in talent. While all the performances were spot and commendable, I feel compelled to single out the film’s antagonist, Ian, performed brilliantly by Justin Marosa. I was unaware of Justin’s work prior to this film, but you can bet your bottom god damned dollar that I will be paying attention from here on out. He seriously scared the living dogshit out of me just about every moment he was on screen.

Again Folks, Wicked Witches is a wonderfully written and beautifully shot indie horror film that is on par with any major studio release you could possibly compare it to. I sincerely can not recommend it enough.



Wicked Witches will be in select theaters and on DVD & VOD on August 9th.



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