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Wake WoodAfter their only child Alice is bitten to death by a crazed dog, vet Patrick and pharmacist Louise move to a small village called Wake Wood, When the couple are desperately coping with the loss of their daughter, they discover that a local pagan ritual is able to bring Alice back to life in three days. However, everything has it own price...Keywords:
Actors of "Wake Wood"
Directors of "Wake Wood"David KeatingBirthdate: 1960, Ireland
Creators of "Wake Wood"Brendan McCarthy
Critic Reviews of "Wake Wood"Time OutMarch 23, 2011
For all its pre-Christian paganism, demon child imagery, blood and guts, David Keating's rural horror movie is at heart an involving portrait of a young couple struggling to come to terms with the death of a daughter.Mark Leeper's ReviewsOctober 21, 2014
The end is a little pat and the story a little too predictable, but much of the film takes a tight hold on the viewer.Movie MetropolisFebruary 11, 2012
Wake Wood at least shows that Hammer is ready to be a player again in the field of horror.Dread CentralAugust 10, 2011
Wake Wood is an effectively creepy exploration of some of life's biggest moments (birth and death) and is definitely worth checking outReel Film ReviewsJuly 01, 2011
...just another tedious straight-to-video horror effort...GuardianMarch 28, 2011
The film cleverly brings together WW Jacobs's celebrated short story The Monkey's Paw with The Wicker Man, and it's both touching and scary.Daily Telegraph (UK)March 25, 2011
The film's reasonably effective, but never heightens its impact beyond what's on the page.London Evening StandardMarch 25, 2011
Low expectations are the key to enjoying Wake Wood. You have been warned.Independent (UK)March 25, 2011
The enveloping creepiness of the village setting scores points, which the film proceeds to squander in careless plotting, imprecise effects and a denouement of arrant silliness.The SkinnyMarch 24, 2011
Right from the start there's a cheeky sense of Hammer coming into the 21st century.
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