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All is not as it should be in Milbury, a sleepy English village surrounded by a megalithic stone circle. Astrophysicist Adam Brake (Gareth Thomas, Blake’s 7) and his teenage son, Matthew, arrive to research the standing stones, but end up delving into the past in ways they never expected. What are the secrets of the ancient stones? What power does the druid-inspired Rafael Hendrick (Iain Cuthbertson, Gorillas in the Mist) have over the village’s trancelike "happy ones"? And is it true that "nobody ever leaves the circle"?
An air of menace pervades this sci-fi thriller, enhanced by a haunting, chanted vocal score. Filmed on location at the Avebury stone circle--older than nearby Stonehenge--each episode builds relentlessly to a harrowing climax in what becomes, literally, a race against time. Seen on Nickelodeon’s paranormal anthology program The Third Eye, this eerie British series will also scare adults.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE interviews with star Gareth Thomas and producer/director Peter Graham Scott, production notes, series trivia, and photo gallery.
Spooky fun filmed in a real English village that has rows of standing stones right in the middle of it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Boo Kreader
I first viewed "children of the stones" when I was 6 and it had been included as part of Nickelodeon's "the third eye" anthology series that showed children's shows... Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Ackley
The key for me to enjoying "Children Of The Stones" was to fast-forward through much of the first three episodes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Clayton
I am in my 30's now and one day in a conversation about scary movies and sci-fi I remembered the old shows that scared the heck out of me as a kid. Read morePublished 11 months ago by David G
This is no more than a cheaply-made, dated, meandering pseudo-soap opera type production in which the story is utterly predictable and the acting, with one exception, is no better... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Alayne Gelfand
If you can get past the horrific wailing passed off as title music and the thick 1970's ambiance you might find this British series an amusing diversion. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bruce D. Parker
Very British and very slow circa 1977. The premise is interesting--pagans, sacred stones, cyclical time and the music is oddly alluring. Read morePublished 17 months ago by E. Cintron