The Wicker Tree
The Wicker Tree (2012)

When two young missionaries (Brittania Nicol, Henry Garrett) head to Scotland, they are initially charmed by their engaging baron Sir Lachlan Morrison (Graham McTavish) and agree to become the local Queen of the May and Laddie for the… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 27, 2012
DVD Release Date: April 24, 2012
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Critic Score: 29% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Ronnie Scheib

Rather likable.

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Clay Cane

A gumbo of foolishness.

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Staci Layne Wilson

The Wicker Tree is really just campy, sappy suds.

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Andy Webster
New York Times

"The Wicker Tree" does manage to leave you with a haunted, agreeable unease.

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Paul Chambers

This horror dud features some of the worst acting since you saw that community theater production of "Lil Abner." I saw you there, don't deny it.

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Ron Wilkinson
Monsters and Critics

Not good enough to be scary and not bad enough to be good.

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Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out

A hee-haw slam on ugly Americanism, a vast reduction of the original's notion of unraveling civilization.

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Scott Weinberg

Almost as terrible as The Wicker Man (1973) is excellent. (Almost.)

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Brian Orndorf

The askew approach of The Wicker Tree is admittedly curious, rendering the movie more dumbfounding than disastrous.

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Flixster Audience Score: 10% Flixster User Reviews
Luke Baldock
The Wicker Man is one of the greatest and most original films you will ever see. For years I have anticipated this spiritual sequel, and so it's no… More
David Sayers
If you're a fan of the original 'The Wicker Man' then avoid this film like the plague. In fact if you're a fan of good film-making avoid… More
The Movie Waffler
Ask most horror fans for their ten favorite movies of the genre and chances are Hardy's 1972 masterpiece "The Wicker Man" will be on the list… More
Alec Barniskis
I wouldn't say I'm a huge fan of Hardy's original 'Wicker Man' from the 70s, however I appreciate its originality and very disturbing… More