Well I would have to give it a 10 because it frightened the life out of me when I saw it shortly after it came out at the Vogue Cinema, Stoke Newington, London and I had asked someone I didn't know to take me into the cinema because it was an 'A' (Adults only) film. Things were a lot safer in those days because all the men were in the services. It scared me so much I had to change seats and sit next to a couple of women for comfort but then I was only 9 at the time - it was wartime in London and were going through the bombing so my nerves were probably on edge and perhaps I would only rate it one today if I saw it again. But at 80
what do I know? I'm no critic. Anyway perhaps children today, if they
saw it, might see the film as being a bit spooky today.
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