Night of the Demon

Release Date: 18 October 2010 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Classic slice of 1950s psychological horror. Dana Andrews stars as American psychologist Dr John Holden, who arrives in London to attend a paranormal psychology symposium with the aim of exposing devil cult leader Julian Karswell (Niall MacGinnis) as a charlatan and a fraud. On his arrival, Holden learns that the leader of the symposium, Henry Harrington (Maurice Denham), has suddenly died in mysterious circumstances - but Holden, a hardened sceptic, refuses to believe that Karswell could have had a hand in this, and accepts an invitation to stay at Karswell's estate along with Harrington's niece, Joanna (Peggy Cummins). Once there, however, a series of strange occurrences begins by which even the sceptical Holden becomes disturbed...

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Classic supernatural thriller that keeps you guessing

M.R. James story; Casting the Runes is from a very old legend about cursing an enemy with runic symbols on parchment with an appointed time of death. The build up to that moment aided by ideal music is what keeps the suspense taut all the way. At the end when Andrews is asked about the validity of the myth he answers; " perhaps it's better not to know". PS It's black and white and the cast listed is wrong.

Catalogue No: FHED2773