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Hunting for the Hag

USA 2024
produced by
Seth Chromick (executive), Eric Chromick (executive), Linda Chromick (executive) for Into The Night Motion Pictures, Ten Wing Media
directed by Paul A. Brooks
starring Jasmine Williams, Alexa Maris, Sierra Renfro, Nora McKirdie, Thomas A. Jackson, Steve Christopher, Paul A. Brooks, Nathan Brandon Gaik, Bonnie Gordon (voice), Daniel Roebuck
written by Paul A. Brooks, Sierra Renfro, music by Ryan Aldrich, makeup and special effects by Aleah Kraft

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Budding filmmaker Tara (Jasmine Williams) takes her two best friends Candy (Sierra Renfro) and Beth (Alexa Maris) out into the woods to shoow a documentary about the "Hawthorne Hag", which is supposed to haunt the area. And soon enough, the girls are attacked by the hag ... only the hag turns out Alyssa (Nora McKirdie), a friend of the girls pranking them. Tara is miffed that the others don't take her documentary too seriously, but agrees to do some extra shots of Alyssa - when Alyssa is killed by a bullet to the head. Three heavily armed hunters (Thomas A. Jackson, Paul A. Brooks, Steve Christopher) pop out of the woods and claim they actually wanted to save the girls from the witch, having had no idea it all was fake. And as horrible as the experience was, the girls kind of believe the hunters' story. Thing is, when the girls want top call the authorities, the hunters start to stall, and eventually it's revealed that the shooting of Alyssa wasn't actually all that much of an accident, and the hunters were actually trailing the girls, and they didn't actually have benign motives for that. So our heroines are in a bit of a jam - and then the hag (Nathan Brandon Gaik, voiced by Bonnie Gordon) makes an appearance as well, and she's not in a good mood and out for blood ...

Veteran character actor Daniel Roebuck plays Tara's lawyer in the framing story.


A hybrid found footage movie, Hunting for the Hag drops the handheld camera approach in the second act (only to return to it towards the finale) for a more cinematic approach - and fares all the better for it. And in all, this is a pretty cool horror thriller that really manages to sell its somewhat far-fetched premise thanks to a well-structured storyline peopled by believable, relatable and well fleshed out characters, with suspense, jump scares and dashes of gore in all the right places - to basically make this one a really enjoyable genre ride.





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