Beautiful Jane Asher stars in this unique thriller about a research team going into a haunted house.
They get much more than they ever bargained for. When Asher's character of Jill sees a ghost that nobody else can see or even hear, her producer comes to the conclusion that the ghost is a product of the room itself.
The team keeps pressing on and on and it finally gets to the point where they all have different reactions to ghosts and sounds.
Eventually they decide to exorcise the room, and then the real terror is unleashed. The ending of the film is dark and somewhat disturbing. I don't want to give too much away, but this is a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED film for any horror fan.
Peter Sasdy directed this Nigel Kneal story and it has all the Kneal touches. Parts of it reminded me of "Quatermass And The Pit". It was first shown on the BBC on December 25th, 1972.
The outstanding cast also includes Michael Bryant, Michael Bates, Iain Cuthbertson and Reginald Marsh. Check it out.