After being thrown out of his home by his wife, Mark finds himself back at a place he knew in his childhood called Dumpling Farm. His old friend Ian, who never left, is possessed by a group demonic, flesh-eating witches, who now want to trap and devour Mark.
The debut feature for the Pickering brothers, this film was originally titled The Witches of Dumpling Farm. If I’ve learned anything from my years of watching movies, it’s don’t do drugs in the woods with witches. I say this, and I’ve put myself in real life situations like the characters in the film. Luckily, I survived to tell you about it.
There’s not a ton of story here or even anyone likable to get behind and the witches have unexplained motivations, other than they like to trap and eat men. There are some decent effects, though and some really nice shots, such as the highway of parked cars that stretches far and wide.
I will say that this feature looks better than most of the streaming horror choices that you’ll find. There’s definitely some talent behind the lens and it will be interesting to see where the Pickerings take their talent next.
After playing theaters in ten cities, Three Witches is now available DVD and on demand.
DISCLAIMER: We were sent this this film by its PR team, but that has no bearing on our review.