Movies In Focus caught The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw when it played at the Fantasia Festival in 2020. The horror film from writer-director Thomas Robert Lee is a well acted genre piece which starts slow but it gains momentum as it goes along, offering-up enough intrigue to keep its audience interested.

With similarities to genre titles such as The Witch, The Village, Carrie and even Rosemary’s Baby, The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw has a lot of elements that you may have seen before. Lee’s film however, works best when it strikes-out with something original.

The relationship between the Earnshaw women is well defined and both Walker and Reynolds give strong performances. The rest of the actors are also good and Sean Mc Ginley adds some gravitas as the town elder attempting to get to the bottom of the unfolding events. Read the full Movies In Focus review

The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw is set to open select US cinemas on 2 October and then VOD and digital platforms release on 6 October. 

Source: Comingsoon

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