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The Wicker Tree (2012)

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When two young missionaries head to Scotland, they are initially charmed by their engaging baron Sir Lachlan Morrison and agree to become the local Queen of the May and Laddie for the annual Tressock town festival. But the couple is not prepared for the frightening consequences of their decision and the very disturbing secrets they are about to discover about Tressock's seemingly friendly townspeople.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 27th, 2012 (Limited) by Anchor Bay Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexuality, nudity and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2190, 9/21/2011)
Running Time: 96 minutes
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Keywords: Religious, Culture Clash, Corporate Malfeasance, Gambling, Cannibalism, Surprise Twist, Life in a Small Town, Delayed Sequel, Development Hell, Novel or Other Work Adapted by Author
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: British Lion, Tressock Films
Production Countries: United Kingdom


   Beth Boothby
Henry Garrett    Steve
Graham McTavish    Sir. Lachlan Morrison
Honeysuckle Weeks    Lolly
Jacqueline Leonard    Delia Morrison
Christopher Lee    Old Gentleman

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Robin Hardy
Based on the Book Cowboys for Christ    Robin Hardy
Producer    Peter Snell
Producer    Peter Watson-Wood
Executive Producer    Alastair Gourlay
Cinematographer    Jan Pester
Editor    Sean Barton
Editor    Ray Lau
Composer    John Scott
Production Designer    Laurel Wear
Costume Designer    David Blight
Sound Designer    Chris Campion
Supervising Sound Editor    Peter Baldock
Re-recording Mixer    Richard Straker
Casting Director    Kate Plantin

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 24th, 2012

April 24th, 2012

It's slow week for new releases, a really slow week. According to, the best selling new release is Contraband. It was the biggest box office hit released in January, but it was still no more than a midlevel hit. The second best selling release of the week is The Innkeepers, which is a sign that it is a slow week. Don't get me wrong, I'm looking forward to seeing the movie, but it is a limited release that struggled to find an audience in theaters and it shouldn't be the high on the chart. The third best selling new release of the week is the latest Fullmetal Alchemist release, which is even more surprising, as Anime is still very much a niche market release. The fourth best selling release is Car 54 Where Are You?. Really? I'm surprised anyone remembers that TV show. Are there any releases that are worth picking up? Perhaps even contenders for pick of the week? Actually, The Innkeepers on Blu-ray is in the running, as is Pariah on Blu-ray. However, in the end I went with Todd and The Book Of Pure Evil: Season 1, giving it the rarely awarded Puck of the Week. More...

Limited Releases are Looking To Oscars for Help

January 27th, 2012

The Oscars are drawing a lot of attention away from limited releases, as is normally the case this time of year. However, this week there is a film hoping the Oscar nominations will give them a boost. Albert Nobbs picked up three nods, which should give it a boost at the box office, but whether or not it is enough to overcome other obstacles it yet to be seen. More...

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