DVD Review: Cherry Tree Lane

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 11 Sep 2010

Home invasion thriller from the writer/director of The Cottage and London To Brighton, Paul Andrew Williams has through let his eye off the ball, and when three youths barge their way into the home of two unsuspecting parents to wreak their own brand of revenge on a squealing son. All Cherry Tree Lane involves, however, is a whole lot of sitting around, with little tension or suspense, and the film grows tired long before the son even comes into the picture.

Film: ★★★★★ Extras: ★★★★★

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