Rent The Harvesting (2016)

2.8 of 5 from 5 ratings
1h 27min
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Synopsis:
To escape their marital problems and for a change of pace, a family travels from their home in Philadelphia to spend the summer within the rolling hills of the countryside. But on the eve of the summer solstice a malevolent evil presence exposes their darkest secrets and threatens to turn them against each other with murderous intent. They must find a way to break free before the demonic hold consumes them all.
Actors:
, , , , Noah Headley, , Alex Yurcaba, Jack Buckley, Hannah Close, , , , , Lexy Rutt, Chase Rippon, , Ruth Peebles, Markus Zanders, Brian Shenko
Directors:
Producers:
David Gareis, Daniel Shultz
Writers:
Ben Everhart, Rafael Jordan
Aka:
Infernal
Studio:
Matchbox Films
Genres:
Horror, Thrillers
BBFC:
Release Date:
18/07/2016
Run Time:
87 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour

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Reviews (1) of The Harvesting

Worth seeing 'folk horror' - spoilers. - The Harvesting review by NP

Spoiler Alert
13/10/2018

After a prologue that is almost sunk by some uncertain acting, the film proper begins with Dinah (Elena Caruso) and Jake (Chris Conner) attempting to patch up their marriage by moving to Amish country. Inevitably, they bring with them their two young children. But worry not – no petulant brats here: Steven (Noah Headley) and Michaela (Accalia Quintana) are appealing, especially the little girl, whose genuine delight about the wide open spaces in their new home becomes something else entirely as the story moves on.

This low budget feature is, however, possibly too restrained in its imagery. Happy to be creepy rather than terrifying, that’s fair enough - Director Ivan Kraljevic at least resists the monotony of constant jump-scares few films feel they could do without.

What we have is an enjoyable slow-burner that dips more than one toe into the ‘folk horror’ category. The nature of the horror, together with the location and the family’s new neighbours provide a different spin on things. This, together with genuinely sympathetic characters, makes a superficially tame production worth seeing.

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