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Well subtitledHammer House of Horror Collection (1980)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 5037115040930
Released: 14th October 2002
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: 3711504093
Category: Television, Drama
Format: DVD / Box Set
Hammer House of Horror Collection (1980) (Box Set) (Retail / Rental)


Well subtitled This DVD title is well subtitled - all or nearly all extras have English subtitles. [explanation]

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Submitted by flashingblade on 24th June 2004:
Well subtitled" All episodes subtitled.No extras that can be subtitled."

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Film information

Story: All thirteen episodes of the horror television series on four volumes. In 'The House That Bled to Death', a young family move into a long-deserted house where a murder once took place, and soon regret their choice of residence. 'The Silent Scream' sees a mad scientist (Peter Cushing) seeking out human victims for his latest experiment - a prison without bars. In 'The Two Faces of Evil', a family give a lift to a hitchhiker, only to experience an identity confusion when their car crashes. In 'The Mark of Satan', a hospital worker becomes convinced that he has been marked out as a disciple of the Devil. 'Witching Time' sees a wife fighting to keep her husband when he falls under a witch's spell. In 'Visitor from the Grave', a girl asks a medium to contact her fiancée after the man dies in a car crash. In 'Rude Awakening' dream merges with reality as an estate agent (Denholm Elliott) fantasises about his young secretary and plots the death of his wife. 'Charlie Boy' sees the new owner of an ancient African idol find out that it has a life all of its own. 'Children of the Full Moon' has a pregnant woman begin acting oddly after an encounter with a bunch of West Country werewolves. 'The Thirteenth Reunion' finds a reporter beginning to fear for her life when she happens across a deadly secret society. 'The Carpathian Eagle' sees a young woman worry that she might be the reincarnation of a murderer. 'Guardian of the Abyss' finds an antique dealer getting into deep trouble after buying an evil mirror. And finally, in 'Growing Pains', a couple have suspicions of the supernatural when a run of bad luck follows their adoption of a son.

Starring: Peter Cushing, Nicholas Ball, Rachel Davies, Antony Carrick, Brian Cox, Anna Calder-Marshall, Gary Raymond, Gary Bond, Georgia Hale, Emrys James, Peter McEnery, Jon Finch, Prunella Gee, Ian McCulloch, Patricia Quinn, Simon MacCorkindale, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Gareth Thomas, Denholm Elliott, Lucy Gutteridge, James Laurenson, Angela Bruce, Frances Cuka, Marius Goring, Leigh Lawson, Christopher Cazenove, Diana Dors, Celia Gregory, Paul Darrow, Pierce Brosnan, Barbara Kellerman, Norman Beaton, Warren Clarke, Julia Foster, George Innes, Suzanne Danielle, Sian Phillips, Anthony Valentine, Rosalyn Landor, Ray Lonnen, Matthew Blakstad

Directed by: Tom Clegg, Alan Gibson, Don Leaver, Don Sharp, Peter Sasdy, Robert Young, Francis Megahy

Produced by: Roy Skeggs

Written by: Francis Megahy, Davis Lloyd, Francis Essex, Ranald Graham, Don Shaw, Anthony Read, John Elder, Gerald Savroy, Bernie Cooper, David Fisher, Nicholas Palmer

DVD information

Studio/distributor: ITV DVD

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