Hammer House of Horror: Season 1, Episode 13

The Mark of Satan (6 Dec. 1980)

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A man sees the number nine everywhere and is convinced the forces of evil are at work.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Peter McEnery ...
Georgina Hale ...
Emrys James ...
Dr. Harris
Anthony Brown ...
Conrad Phillips ...
Dr. Manders
Peter Birrel ...
James Duggan ...
Andy Bradford ...
Steve (as Andrew Bradford)
James Curran ...
Anne Dyson ...
Mrs. Rord (as Annie Dyson)
Crispin Gillbard ...


A man sees the number nine everywhere and is convinced the forces of evil are at work.

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29 April 2010 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

Some people are breaking down things that appeared on television. Remember that unrated movies or series were banned at that time from television. So that's the reason that the whole hammer series never where gory or had any nudity as in their movies. But still, the whole series works. This is the last of the first season, sadly a second season was never made. As Britain as it could be, the language, the accent, the slang, people didn't take it. It was broadcasted early in the evening at ITV. It was my first horror experience, watching it with my dad. And look where I stand now. This story is all about getting obsessed with Satan and marks being seen all over places, here it is number 9 in all his glory's. Again the same technique is used as in other episodes. Wide lenses, zoomed in ....But again, it works. but also you could guess what is going to happen to him. Stronger than Tales of the Unexpected, but we had to wait a few years to see the real stuff, the Twilight Zone.

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