A man is brought back from death at the same time a vicious criminal dies in the electric chair. However, the man's soul is now taken over by the electrocuted gangster, who embarks on a vengeful crime wave.
Various people converge on remote, eerie Glennye Castle which is reputedly haunted by the ghost of a former lord. One of the guests is actually a Nazi spy and the real father of Lady ... See full summary »
A young couple move into a large badly maintained house due to housing shortage. As ghostly events happen, they invite a friend to help them examine the house. The mystery deepens as they find clues about the houses former occupants, a Spanish occultist and his wife who left him for a sailor.
The pace of the film is a little slow, but none the less it is pleasant enough. Not a scary film, more of a mystery. With, of course, a twist at the end. Worth spending 40mins on a rainy afternoon. The cinematography is very average, nothing about the cuts or angles suggest the urgency the characters are portraying. The acting is sound, and very British.
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