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This ungainly B movie makes virtually no sense in terms of either mythology or basic plotting.
Cherry Tree [is] a big miss.
For all its technical prowess, this is an anemic, nonsensical horror opus that seldom goes anywhere of interest, everything building to a terribly unsatisfying conclusion that's forgettable and bland.
Cherry Tree is a story of witchcraft that's stuck on fast-forward as it zooms ahead with a disappointing attention to plotting (in favor of gore and centipedes).
...instead of developing a believable story or characters that behave in recognizably human ways, it tries to buy off the audiences with images of bare breasts, creepy insects, and lots of graphic, gory body horror.
You may go in... hoping for the baroque irrationality of Dario Argento's Suspiria, the stylised mother of all witchcraft movies, but what you get instead is something closer to the shrill silliness of Suspiria's belated sequel The Mother of Tears.
Coasts along at such an energetic clip that it's hard to not have a little fun with all the crazy witch madness.
Impossible to take seriously.
Brendan McCarthy's script is a cliché stack, the heroine's a blank and the villains are paper tigers.
The film is nothing but a clumsy constructed yarn with a final scene/shot so cheap and misguided; it sums up Keating's clunker with aplomb.
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