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Hammer House of Horror

1 Season

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (16) IMDb 7.9/10

Spine-chillers of mystery, suspense and the occult.

Starring:
Nicholas Ball, Anna Calder-Marshall

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Season 1
1. Witching Time
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The beautiful Lucinda Jessop turns up in David Winter's barn, claiming to be a witch from the seventeenth century who has escaped from being burnt at the stake by travelling forward in time.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: September 13, 1980
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2. The Silent Scream

A young convict, Chuck Spillers, strikes up a friendship with Martin Brueck, an elderly prison visitor who owns a pet shop.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 25, 1980
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3. The Two Faces of Evil

A warning to those picking up hitch hikers

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 29, 1980
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4. Rude Awakening

Norman Shenley, an estate agent, has a dream about murdering his plain, bad-tempered wife, which leaves him free to chase his secretary, Lolly.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: September 27, 1980
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5. Charlie-Boy

A young man, Graham, inherits his uncle's collection of native art, including an African black magic doll which he and his girl friend, Sarah, call 'Charlie Boy'.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 18, 1980
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6. The Thirteenth Reunion

A woman journalist, Ruth Cairns, is given the job of writing about a weight loss programme at the Chesterton Clinic, a place with a strange reputation.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: September 20, 1980
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7. The Carpathian Eagle

A man picks up a woman hitch-hiker and takes her to a little place he keeps for the occasional sex attack - but he gets a surprise of his own when his heart is cut out with a sharp hook.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 8, 1980
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8. Guardian of the Abyss

A satanic ritual is taking place in an old house, including a strange old mirror.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 15, 1980
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9. Children of the Full Moon

A friend lends Tom Martin a country cottage for a holiday with his wife, Sarah. On the way there, Tom's car runs out of control and he can't stop it.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 1, 1980
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10. Visitor from the Grave

Charlie Willoughby tries to rape Penny, an unstable young American living in England, and in defending herself she shoots and kills him.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 22, 1980
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11. The House that Bled to Death

Emma and William Peters and their young daughter, Sophie, move into an old house which has been empty for many years.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 11, 1980
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12. Growing Pains

A scientist's ten-year-old son dies, killed by eating food intended for his father's research rabbits.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 52 minutes Release date: October 4, 1980
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13. The Mark of Satan

Edwyn Rord, a young man working in a hospital morgue, pricks himself with a needle while working on the body of a man who thought he was possessed by the Devil.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: December 6, 1980
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OMG this is freakin awesome I love this show. One story has an at least 2 foot tall african statue with nails etc sticking out of it they call him ( Charlie Boy ) that down through generations has been used like a voodoo doll, strange things begin to happen after a young couple buy him from an antique collection. A man gains possession of an antique mirror he can see a satanic ritual taking place in, and meets a beautiful mysterious woman with a frighting secret of her own. All of the episodes are very cleverly done excellent plots with plenty of twists and turns the characters are realistically portrayed by the great actors in the series, nice level of frightfulness and a spooky feel
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Loved this, but I expected to love it, it's Hammer, television or not. Right up my alley, witch from the past tormenting seventies folks. It's not astounding, or terribly original, but if that sounds awesome to you, then you'll love this show.
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These are great hour long thrillers. If you liked the old Thriller Series or, Twilight Zone or Outer Limits etc. Then you will like this.
Very enjoyable. The pictures are good and colorful. The acting is typical for hammer production type films.
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Hammer House of Horror
I never watched any of the Hammer House of Horror anthology series until about a year ago, and was pleasantly surprised by the excellent story lines and above average acting. The series, produced by Hammer Films in 1980 consists of 13 episodes running around 51 minutes each. There is variety in the episodes, all of which are stand alone episodes, and some are supernatural in theme while others are not. What the episodes share in common though is that each episode has a high level of suspense, some plot twists, and a couple of scares thrown in for good measure.

Witching Time
A 17th century witch appears in 20th century England, specifically at the rural retreat of a TV composer (played by Jon Finch) and proceeds to terrorize him. Initially, his wife (who has been living in the city and has been unfaithful) does not believe him thinking he is hallucinating and mentally disturbed but she is convinced soon enough. The witch is played by Patricia Quinn, who gets very annoying with her less than convincing witches' cackling, and it is the wife who is convincingly portrayed - going all out to discover what/who the witch is and how to put an end to her specter.

The Silent Scream
I had been looking forward to viewing The Silent Scream because one of my all-time favorite horror actors, Peter Cushing plays a major role in it. I was not disappointed. In this episode, Brian Cox plays a prisoner who is visited by Peter Cushing's character while serving time in prison. Cushing's character gives Cox's character some money and wishes him well. When Cox's character is released from prison, he reunites with his young wife and then visits the pet shop which Cushing's character owns to express his gratitude.
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Judging by the first episode, this is yet another TV anthology which suffers from the same shortcomings as nearly every horror/fantasy/scifi anthology since The Twilight Zone set the gold standard 55 years ago: truly abysmal writing, and unimaginative editing, scoring, and production design. If you like Tales From The Crypt and Tales From The Darkside, maybe you will like this. However, my experience of the latter two series is that they are astoundingly overrated, again, because they are characterized by the aforementioned shortcomings. Hammer House Of Horror appears to be no better. I'm not going to spend more money per episode beyond 'sode 1 to confirm my suspicions.
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Love the cast. The British are perfect for Horror because they look the parts. Too bad the great horror trend ended in the 1980's. But this show as well as George Romero's efforts here at least proved that this genre was great in those years with those talents. Today the acting pool is lacking. I should know because I am trying to bring back that glory with my own efforts.
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By NARTAZEN on September 25, 2013
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fast shipping and great classic horror it has always been my fav kind of horror always a twist at the end
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Lots of campy but still kind of scary movies in this one! I have enjoyed each one, but definitely "B" movies, so don't expect wonderful special effects or acting.
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