Saturday, November 05, 2022

The Killing Tree Available NOW - PLUS A REVIEW

 

 THE KILLING TREE

Deck the halls with blood

 



 

TRAILER

https://youtu.be/oPWtswFzGOA

Killer Christmas tree treat THE KILLING TREE has been set for a November release by Uncork’d Entertainment.

On Christmas Eve, a scorn widow casts an ancient spell to resurrect her executed husband. However, when the spell goes wrong, the husband is brought back as an Evil Christmas Tree. Hell-bent on getting revenge on the one who caused his execution, the body count keeps rising as the Tree hunts her down. Can anyone stop this killer Christmas tree before he gets to his target?



Rhys Frake-Waterfield directs, Sarah Alexandra Marks, Marcus Massey, Judy Tcherniak, Sarah T. Cohen, Kelly Rian Sanson, Ella Starbuck, Lauren Staerck, May Kelly, Nikolai Leon, Richard Harfst, and Gillian Broderick star.

"A super fun horror tale, with some great scares and devilish humor, THE KILLING TREE is undoubtedly going to be very popular with audiences. ” said Keith Leopard, President Uncork’d Entertainment. "If you loved KRAMPUS, you’ll want to put it on your must-see list.”

THE KILLING TREE  on Digital.

About Uncork’d Entertainment Uncork’d Entertainment was founded in July, 2012 by Keith Leopard, a Home Entertainment industry veteran with more than 23 years of experience in purchasing, acquisitions, merchandising, marketing and analysis of major studio and independent supplier to the home entertainment market.

The Company focuses on distribution in six areas: Digital Media, Physical Home Entertainment, Aggregation, Theatrical and Television, Foreign Sales, and has secured relationships across all platforms to ensure your film reaches the widest audience possible.

Keith and his team are committed to maximizing revenue, controlling costs, and assuring their Content Partners the highest quality of service, a commitment to market and merchandise their film and a rewarding experience by partnering with Uncork’d Entertainment.



THE 411:

I thought the movie started out really strong thanks to Magna played by Gillian Broderick. Magna's love was executed in prison, and she has a plan to bring him back.  Her plan however goes horribly wrong for him, but wonderfully wrong for us. He comes back but is a decorated Christmas Tree full of rage. 

The scenes of the tree chasing people or wrapping the lights around them was ridiculously funny and I really enjoyed the cinematography with reflections through the windows. 

Can a decorated Christmas Tree be scary? You bet your ass it can!

Adding this to my Holiday line up.

 

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