Separated father Simon and his estranged twelve year-old son, Finn, head to Vermont to repair an old farmhouse – and hopefully their relationship, too.
But shortly after arriving, they learn of the previous owner, an infamously cruel woman named Lydia, who died inside the house while staring out the window. But she still haunts the locals, who feel she never really left. Simon is undeterred, however, and determined to make a good house for his family.
And Simon and Finn make repairs, they’re also making Lydia’s spirit stronger…until a terrifying encounter leaves Simon doubting whether he can protect his son from the evil that’s making its way into their heads, and hearts.
Richard W. King
‘Convincing child actors are few and far in between, but Charlie Tacker is one of the good ones’
‘A horror story told in hushed tones, the brooding lovechild of Edgar Allen Poe and Peter Straub’ 4/5
Dread Central – Anya Stanley
‘Where Andy Mitton begins and ends cultivates a complete, massively successful arc that maximizes all the relevance and shivery tension spectral cinema might accomplish’ 8/10
‘A must see movie magnificently well made The Witch in the Window is one of the best films from FrightFest 2018 and one of my favourite horrors of the year so far’
‘Holding the audience entrapped from beginning to end’ 4.5/5
Love Horror – Alex Humphrey
‘Compelling and beautifully portrayed’
Horror-Movies – Simon Rother