7 Witches

Synopsis: Kate travels with her former fiance Cody to the house of her estranged parents for the wedding of her lesbian sister Aggie with Rose. Kate and Cody pose as if they were engaged and after the lunch party with her family, they head to a remote place where Rose's family lives. They have dinner with the weird family of Rose that wears black and they go to the beach for the pagan ceremony. However Kate and her aunt Paula stay behind since Paula is not feeling well. Soon they discover the creepy secret of the dark family.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Brady Hall
Production: Indican Pictures
 
IMDB:
3.6
NOT RATED
Year:
2017
75 min
$31,100
Website
10 Views

Well...

Well...?

Thanks for the ride.

Katie! My girl!

Hey dad.

- Did you eat?

- We've got some food coming.

- Hi, Katie. How are you, honey?

- How's work?

Are you still saving the world?

More like saving

egos of donors who

want to be worshipped

for having disposable income.

Where's Cody?

Oh, he had a work thing so...

There he is!

- Mr. Boyle. Stephanie.

- It's good to see you.

Hello, Cody. Work thing get

cancelled or... what's going on?

No. No, no, no. I just...

Last we talked you were

in line for a promotion.

Yeah. That's why I

got uh... this work thing.

Hi guys! Get a drink!

Me and Aggie feel like

lushes thanks to these two!

What are you, Amish now?

That's the first

thing she says to me...

on the weekend of my wedding.

No. It's just...

You don't even

say hi to Aggie...

You didn't give me a chance!

New beginnings! New beginnings!

We're all happy to

see each other, right?

Aggie, this is Kate.

Kate, Aggie.

I've heard you're

the normal one.

Thanks.

It's a f*cking compliment!

Aggie used to think

I was so weird and wild.

A free spirit.

"Lost" is how I

remember you putting it.

Well, we've used cruder

terms over the years, eh?

Yes, but we've learned to

accept and respect each other.

Which therapist said that?

All of them.

Daddy, can you get

us some champagne?

We need to make a toast!

Dad, I'll do that.

I can order alcohol,

honey. It's been nine years.

Yeah, officer.

Keep it together, girls.

I'm only kidding!

There's been a slight update...

Are you mad at me now?

No, it's just...

- She's hot, isn't she?

- I did good, right?

Yeah. I think so.

Here you go.

Martinelli's, officer.

A toast to rose and Aggie,

and your future life together.

We all look forward to

celebrating your wedding

just the way you wanted it.

Thanks daddy!

And if I can make

a toast of my own...

here's to Kate and Cody...

who are the next

couple to tie the knot!

I guess love is in the air.

Oh! That's wonderful!

I didn't know! He just

told me what happened!

- What the f*ck.

- What the f*ck?!

I didn't want it to be

awkward for you, you know...

Wondering if you should

tell us you got engaged

because it would

be fine with me.

I'm not like that,

like I need all the attention.

You're so full of shit.

You're the one breaking

off your engagement.

But we were never engaged!

I said no.

I didn't know that!

Is he still out there?

I told him not to leave.

You what?

Couldn't you just play

along for a couple days

so we don't have to

sour everybody's mood?

After this weekend you can

make up any reason you want

that your engagement is off.

My engagement...

He's my friend too!

Yeah, since when?

You really wanna my ruin

my wedding, don't you?

Couldn't you leave your

drama at home for once?

I mean, not to sound like the

Princess or anything,

but this weekend is

supposed to be about me.

Isn't every weekend and

weekday about you?

Rose, I'm sorry.

Always the bad guy.

Hey, I'm sorry.

I had no idea that rose was

going to open her big mouth...

Yeah, who coulda guessed?

Chop chop, lovebirds. We need to

eat. People are getting cranky.

This looks like a fun crowd!

You're late, pops.

Actually, it looks

like I'm right on time.

Listen up, everyone:

The pope, the president of

Mexico, Martin Luther King,

and a boy scout...

Nope. Nope. No, no,

no. Stop right there.

Had to make numerous pit stops.

My bladder's the size

of a child's marble.

Yeah, well, you

drank two tall boys,

so there's no

great mystery there.

Three. I snuck one on the ferry.

Paula, have you met

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