On a common night like any other, a solitary woman suddenly hears a muffled but nonetheless alarming sound coming from a plain wooden family chest. Will she confront face-to-face whatever hides inside?
At the end of a long day, five children look to fill in the remaining hours of sunlight before they return home. Bored, and looking for a new playground, they enter an imposing, decaying ... See full summary »
In the underlit attic, an unsuspecting woman tidies up an already cluttered space; however, in the mysterious dimness, her eye catches a motion. Is this a trick of the mind, or is there something sinister hiding in the thick shadows?
It is only a few minutes before one in the morning and the rude and repetitive noise of an incoming call ruptures the stillness of the night. Who could that be at this hour? And why is the husband as stiff as a corpse?
Once again innocent Tilly for fear of the dark, was found by her stepmother sucking on her little pink thumb. But if the knotty, crooked cane won't teach Tilly a lesson, perhaps black Suckablood will; that's his intention. He is a servant of hell, vile and clever, he will creep in your dreams and will haunt you forever. So, cruel, wicked mothers beware what you wish, for Suckablood's near to collect from the foolish.Written by
Filmed on location in King's Lynn, Norfolk. See more »
On dark stormy nights the Suckablood comes / For those boys and girls who still suck their thumbs.
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old fashion Gothic story
For the fans of Gothic literature - a delight. For the nostalgics about old horror films - a must see. A seductive film , preserving the atmosphere of Grimm Brothers fairy tales, few drops of E. A. Poe and a wise - ironic moral. So, just a nice surprise, from the performances to the perfect atmosphere.
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