This film was last shown on 2 November 2013
The scariest British horror film ever made has something for everyone interested in the macabre: black magic, hypnosis, murder, a clown who causes weird weather, Stonehenge and the Reading Room of the British Museum. Oh, and a massive, vengeful demon. The suspenseful script was adapted from an M.R. James short story and expertly directed by Jacques Tourneur, and is presented here in its brand new digital glory.
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Horror fan Paul Bareham will be introducing the film and the Eccentronic Research Council will be providing a typically eclectic Science vs. Magic DJ-set in the Showroom Bar afterwards.
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