I absolutely despise movies where the "plot" is given away (or guessed--take your pick) within the first few minutes. Such is the case of "7 Witches", which offers nothing remotely entertaining.
It seems Kate is going somewhere in the back woods of northern Washington to attend her lesbian sister's wedding. The viewer is immediately made aware the two sisters do not like each other. I was amazed they would have actually survived growing up together, but I digress. Kate is being wooed by her schoolmate, who she also cannot stand. Doesn't seem like Kate likes ANYBODY, so why she would be invited to a wedding, much less wooed, is another question you will ask yourself.
While trying to check into a rental property, all sorts of ominous signs abound, but we're going to have this wedding. People start to die, the viewer witnesses several ways to cook fish and other seafood--The End.
This movie failed on most levels because there were no characters anyone would care about, save for the pot-smoking Paula. At least her character seemed real, and it also looked as if she knew what acting was all about. I despised Kate because, well, she was despicable. The rest of the cast was somewhere between community theater and Amateur Night at the Bijou.
Rated R for violence and sexual situations.
Horror / Thriller
Horror / Thriller
Kate travels with her former fiance Cody to the house of her estranged parents for the wedding of her lesbian sister Aggie with Rose. Kate and Cody pose as if they were engaged and after the lunch party with her family, they head to a remote place where Rose's family lives. They have dinner with the weird family of Rose that wears black and they go to the beach for the pagan ceremony. However Kate and her aunt Paula stay behind since Paula is not feeling well. Soon they discover the creepy secret of the dark family.
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