To finish Creepy Dolls Week I’m reblogging my review of Dead Of Night, a great 1945 British horror anthology with a disturbing ventriloquist’s dummy. Man, I hate those things!
Here’s a recap of what I posted this week:
Starting tomorrow I’ll be doing four days of reviews of films directed by Mike Flanagan…. 🙂
Dead Of Night (1945)
Directed by Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden & Robert Hamer
Written by H.G. Wells, E.F. Benson, John Baines & Angus MacPhail
Starring: Michael Redgrave, Mervyn Johns, Frederick Valk, Roland Culver
Plot Synopsis: (via IMDB)
An architect senses impending doom as his half-remembered recurring dream turns into reality. The guests at the country house encourage him to stay as they take turns telling supernatural tales.
I’d been wanting to see this for a long time as I knew there was a creepy ventriloquist’s dummy in it. Not many things actually give me the creeps in horror movies but those things do!!! *shiver* So I’m happy that I finally saw this but I had no idea beforehand that it was actually a collection of several strange & eerie stories and that the dummy was only one part of those. That was…
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