Wake Wood

Wake Wood

Directed by David Keating

A grieving couple are given the chance to resurrect their daughter in this Irish horror film starring Aidan Gillen of “Game of Thrones” fame. After Alice’s accidental death, her parents move to a quaint village to make a fresh start. But when a local offers to perform a ceremony that will temporarily bring their daughter back, they can’t resist. But when Alice returns, she isn’t quite herself, of course. One of the best offerings from the new Hammer Films, this supernatural scarefest should please fans of THE WICKER MAN, DON’T LOOK NOW and VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED.

A grieving couple are given an opportunity to resurrect their daughter for three days.

Cast: Timothy Spall, Aiden Gillen, Eva Birthistle

Member Reviews

Watched this before. It's not a bad movie. 🙂

keigirrl
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2 months ago

Wow! What an ending! The whole film is good from start to finish. Definitely worth watching.

Lauriem
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2 months ago

Leave the dead where they are.

Joethehorrorman
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2 months ago

I really enjoyed this film. While watching it, it brought to mind elements of Pet Semetary, the evil kid sub-genre and elemenets of the classic story, "The Monkey's Paw" Really good gore moments and I didn't expect the ending. Cherry Tree is the second part which I'm going to watch next.

Pib2309
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3 months ago

This movie was scary, gruesome, and I loved the ending even though it was far fetched. Definitely worth watching.

felicianoc
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3 months ago