'The Sisterhood of Night': Film Review

Read more at: The Hollywood Reporter

Caryn Waechter's debut feature concerns a group of teenage girls caught up in a modern-day version of the Salem Witch Trials. At first glance, it would be easy to assume that The Sisterhood of Night is a horror film. Depicting the wave of Salem Witch Trial-style hysteria that consumes a small upstate New York town where a group of teenage girls are accused of committing demonic acts in the woods late at night, Caryn Waechter's debut feature is instead a piercing portrait of adolescent rebellion and alienation. For younger audiences, its scariest aspect will be the plot element in which the titular trio takes themselves, gasp, offline.
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