While enraged spirits threaten the people she loves, a woman struggles to accept the strange gift she's previously shunned to protect them. In APPARITIONS the dead seek vengeance as those ... See full summary »
New Scotland Yard Commander Adam Dalgleish is asked to have a second look at the death of Ronald Treeves, a student at St. Anselm's seminary. He was killed when a sand dune collapsed and ... See full summary »
A supernatural drama telling the story of three different families living in the same house in 1968, 1987 and the present day, linked by the spirit of the young daughter of the 1960s family, who drowned in mysterious circumstances.
The lease on the Dupayne Museum is almost up and under the terms of their father's will, all three of the Dupayne children must agree to continue or the museum is to close. Neville Dupayne ... See full summary »
With the help of DS John Bacchus, Inspector George Gently spends his days bringing to justice members of the criminal underworld who are unfortunate enough to have the intrepid investigator assigned to their cases.
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I was willing to suspend disbelief and accept the premise of the show, and I admire the actors for treating the script seriously, but I can't accept its plot holes and misconceptions. The primary weakness is an inability to understand other points of view. Jews do not believe in the Christian version of Hell, for one thing, and while a Jew might (and many did) lose faith in God because of the Holocaust, he would have no reason to turn to Satan because of the behavior of the Pope. Jews do not recognize the Pope as God's representative. He might become anti-Catholic, but, despite the scriptwriters' misconception, that is not the same as becoming a Satanist. A psychologist would have had no trouble accepting that performing a satanic ritual could have resulted in physical illness for a priest; she would simply have explained it as a psychosomatic illness. Every non-believer is not also rude, aggressive, and confrontational. Minor inaccuracies - a priest would have known that it's "The Revelation of St. John the Divine," not "Revelations." A European Jew would have spoken Yiddish, not Hebrew.
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