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(2009)

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Jonas Armstrong had to have his entire body waxed and cast so the makeup and prop department could craft his character's skin to fit and match his torso perfectly.
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Clive Barker referred to this as essentially "a haunted house" story.
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Clive Russell refers to Simon's skin as a 'bolt'. A bolt is traditionally fabric of 35 or more yards.
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The external scenes of the house are filmed on Dean Terrace in the Stockbridge area of Edinburgh.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

In the final scene, the spirits are moving towards the book of blood in order to tell their stories; Simon is the only spirit moving away from it to signify his story has been told and he can now move on.
Over 100 extras were used for the sequence with the spiritual highway.
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The character at the beginning of the film who has her face ripped off can be seen in the spiritual highway scene passing by Simon McNeal.
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Clive Russell nearly choked on the blood/water in his final scenes.
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Clive Russell refers to Simon's skin as a 'bolt'. A bolt is traditionally fabric of 35 or more yards.
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