7 Witches, Emits Sinister Intentions In Trailer
Director: Brady Hall
Writers: Brady Hall, Ed Dougherty
Release Date: April 14, 2017 May 9, 2017
Release Format: Cinemas, VOD, DVD
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Running Time: 1 Hour, 15 Minutes
As their big day approaches, Kate and Cody should be celebrating. They’ve got their family with them, they’ve rented an island for the big day. But, unbeknownst to them, their wedding falls on the day when a 100 year old curse comes to fruition. Instead of celebrating, they find themselves fighting for their lives as a coven of witches rise for revenge.
A coven of witches plagued with banishment have moved on with their lives. Until now. They are back for vengeance. A woman meets the Squire Family. Something seems off about this family, but it’s not exactly clear yet what it is. They prepare dinner.
The woman decides to give herself a personal tour of the house. In her curiosity, she stumbles upon a mysterious symbol on a wall. The area leads down to a dark basement of some sort. What pursues next is the Squire Family found performing a ritual. Scenes then change to the woman and a man fighting for their lives.
The 7 Witches trailer is somewhat hard to follow. You can tell the film is dark and eerie. You can tell that the family is corrupt and up to no good. That they could even be immortal. Not much become available to form a direct analysis. The trailer leaves enough mystery to persuade the viewer to want to watch the film.
Witches in Horror cinema are usually pretty decent films. There’s few with this theme that I can say I am disappointed about. On the same token, aside from the few classic films, I like that 7 Witches has taken a turn into dark territory. 7 Witches definitely look like it will be an intriguing film.
7 Witches look like a dark and eerie, but intriguing film. The trailer provides a great deal of mystery. It succeeds on giving enough to want the viewer to watch the film, while not giving away too much of the film away.