A honeymooning couple stay at the husband's childhood home, a Victorian mansion on a dark, jungle island. There, his overbearing mother rules with a heavy hand over his miserable stepsister... See full summary »

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A honeymooning couple stay at the husband's childhood home, a Victorian mansion on a dark, jungle island. There, his overbearing mother rules with a heavy hand over his miserable stepsister and a creepy old servant. Old family secrets come out relating to the death of the man's former lover and the mother's real motivations about her son. Written by WesternOne

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26 February 1965 (USA)  »

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What an enchanted island...
15 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

A pretty entertaining story, a sort ghost tale, without being one actually, and not in the deep British country side, but frightening enough to waste some pleasant time, I assure you. Ginger Rogers is surprising here in a not foreseeable performance. Well, I won't repeat the plot line already told above, but it's more a romance and talkative soap opera than a horror movie. The kind of story you often watched in the forties, such as Lewis Allen's films: UNINVITED, UNSEEN...A drama definitely well made by a Hollywood vet John Brahm, a film noir master who worked for TV industry afterwards.

Not bad, but certainly not my cup of tea.


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