The Harbinger
The Harbinger (2022)

The Harbinger (2022) B Movie – Review


The Harbinger is a 2022 horror movie directed by Will Klipstine, starring Irene Bedard, Jeremy Gauna and Teal Redmann.

An attempt at a good horror movie that unfortunately, is not up to par with the expectations.


A family moves to a new state to leave their past behind.

About this movie

Quite a disappointment as far as a horror movie goes, especially when it shares title and production year with another, which will probably be a blockbuster.

So, if you are looking for a good classic horror movie or something that resembles it, be warned if you watch this The Harbinger, you are in for a B movie experience. Some viewers might appreciate that and add it to their B collection.

The one interesting element in the movie is the character of the wise-woman or shaman, Floating Hawk, which is finely portrayed by Irene Bedard. Other than that there is not much come after, neither in narrative profundity, nor in effects, nor in the performances.

We know little about the story behind the production of this movie, but we do know that the final result is not as satisfactory as it should be.

Release Date

September 2, 2022 (United States).

Where to Watch The Harbinger

Theaters, Prime, Apple TV+, VUDU


Madeleine McGraw / Rosalie

Irene Bedard / Floating Hawk

Teal Redmann / Dr. Emily Warren

Steve Monroe / John

Kate Luyben / Claire

Bruce Bohne

Creepy Man

Ali Daniels / Actress

Brandon Van Vliet / Actor

Rick Baustian / Actor

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The Harbinger (2022) directed by Will Klipstine
The Harbinger

Movie title: Tha Harbinger

Movie description: A family moves to another state in order to leave their past behind. The daughter starts to have visions.

Date published: September 2, 2022

Country: United States

Duration: 104 mins

Author: Veronica Loop

Director(s): Will Klipstine

Actor(s): Irene Bedard, Jeremy Gauna, Teal Redmann, Madeleine McGraw, Kate Luyben, Steve Monroe, Amanda MacDonald, Bruce Bohne

Genre: Horror

Our Opinion

An attempt at a good horror movie that unfortunately, is not up to par with the expectations.


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