On the night of first harvest, three brothers in the American West set out to see a dead witch buried by their friend. When they accidentally desecrate the body, they learn the only way to stop a curse on their family is to burn it before sunrise. This story deals in many ways with the costs of coming-of-age. To leave the shelter of home and venture off into the unknown under the burden of youthful free will without a grasp of the consequences.
Dark, moody, and mysterious, directors Gabriel Bienczycki and Richard Karpala, who also wrote the script, do a great job of drawing you in and keeping you wriggling on the hook while wondering what’s coming next. - Stephanie Malone, Morbidly Beautiful