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The Watcher in the WoodsWhen a family moves to an English country manor, the young girls experience strange happenings that have a link to an occult event years past. The siblings then learn their eerie landlady's secret...Keywords:
Actors of "The Watcher in the Woods"
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Directors of "The Watcher in the Woods"John HoughBirthdate: 21 November 1941, London, England, UKVincent McEveetyBirthdate: 10 August 1929, Los Angeles, California, USA
Creators of "The Watcher in the Woods"Brian ClemensBirthdate: 30 July 1931, Croydon, Surrey, England, UKFlorence Engel Randall
Critic Reviews of "The Watcher in the Woods"VarietyOctober 17, 2007
The acting and writing are barely professional but the art direction, especially Alan Hume's stunning camerawork, gives the pic a gloss.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
When it became obvious that the film's mix of cutesy sentiment and vague scariness wasn't working, the company ordered whole sequences to be rewritten, re-shot or re-edited, then imposed a stupid ending that explains precisely nothing.Common Sense MediaFebruary 23, 2016
Dated Disney horror tale has occult themes, mild scares.TV GuideOctober 17, 2007
This tepid ghost story fails to focus on either its story or its target audience.Needcoffee.comSeptember 14, 2005
About as scary as a bagel that's been left out on the counter overnight. Okay, maybe it's a raisin bagel. I'll give you that much.Kansas City KansanDecember 28, 2004
Creepy later-Bette Davis tale.Horror.comAugust 03, 2004
Horror-Lite.eFilmCritic.comMarch 19, 2003
Decent but unsophisticated ghost story, best suited for young adults.eFilmCritic.comJuly 25, 2002
Fans of old-fashioned, atmospheric ghost tales will forgive the film's obvious faults, but even they will have a hard time generating much enthusiasm for the movie.Film Freak CentralMarch 10, 2002
A movie about how a camera presents a point of view and of how that point of view, if it's not attached to a specific identity, can become menacingly voyeuristic.
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