Blu-ray Review: Robin Hardy's THE WICKER TREE
The 1973 British film "The Wicker Man" was a halfway decent — despite the nude dancing — occult thriller about an island of unsavory pagans. This 2006 remake from director Neil LaBute ("Nurse Betty") is just weird, and not
Recently they were told they were opening this year's Wickerman Festival and the BBC have asked for a radio interview. This year has been a rollercoaster ride for the band. They have recorded their first album titled iF8; were signed to Peter Kerr's
The first ever stage production of The Wicker Man drew its audience into its story with slow menace, building to a dramatic and unforgettable conclusion. Actor Chas Burns portrayed the pious Sgt Howie with conviction. It was a magnificent performance
by J Hurtado, May 10, 2012 9:50 PM Robin Hardy's The Wicker Tree, ten years in the making, is a strange conundrum of a film. Hardy's The Wicker Man, from 1973, is the tale of an English policeman called to a small, secluded island just off the coast in
Ask any half-sentient horror aficionado to name a bunch of true-blue bona-fide "CULT CLASSICS" from our beloved genre, and you wouldn't have to wait very long to hear them mention Robin Hardy's 1973 feature The Wicker Man.