Monday, March 31, 2014
DVD review - The Good Witch's Garden
About the DVD
Catherine Bell (“Army Wives”) and Chris Potter (Hairspray) enchant in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie, The Good Witch’s Garden, arriving on DVD April 22 from Cinedigm.
Return to Middletown in this sequel to The Good Witch, part of an ongoing story following the magical Cassie Nightingale (Bell). Settling into Grey House and continuing her romance with the town Sheriff Jake Russell (Potter), Cassie still is a suspicious figure to the townspeople. Working both to fit in, and to turn Grey House into a bed and breakfast, Cassie is surprised when a stranger declares he is the legal owner of the house. Suddenly left without a home, Cassie struggles to find her place in her new city.
Originally airing on The Hallmark Channel in 2008, The Good Witch’s Garden is the second chapter in the ongoing series, the latest of which, The Good Witch’s Destiny, premiered as #1 cable program of the day among women 25-54, with nearly 3.9 Million unduplicated viewers, boosting Hallmark Channel to rank #1 in prime time (Source: The Nielsen Company, October 21 - October 27, 2013). The movie is produced by Whizbang Films and Executive Produced by Frank Siracusa, Orly Adelson and Jonathan Eskenas. It is directed by Craig Pryce and written by G. Ross Parker, based on characters created by Rod Spence.
My Take on the DVD
My wife and I have been watching these movies since they first came out. While the movies are not big box films and the actors are not as well known as in some movies, but the writing in this and in all of the movies is powerful and the underlying themes are ones that we always enjoy watching and sharing together. I love the magic that was shared in this story. You get to be spellbound by Cassie and how she weaves her family together as well as the town of Middleton too. If you have never seen this movie or any of the series of movies, you should as it will leave you with a warm heart and wanting more in the end!
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