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Director: Peter Medak
1980, Canada, 106 minutes, DCP
“UTTERLY HAIR-RAISING…contains the best séance scene in horror movie history.” — Newsweek
“THE BEST GHOST STORY EVER FILMED IN COLOR” — Horror Express
“A PERFECT TALE OF GOTHIC HORROR…It may be the best movie in this genre since ROSEMARY’S BABY.” — The Aquarian
“Even a cursory viewing reminds avid horror lovers of the influence it’s had on THE RING and THE CONJURING.” — Bloody Good Horror
“Unrelentingly suspenseful and impressively atmospheric…making a strong character out of the possessed setting, including the most terrifying chair in a movie since PSYCHO.” — New Beverly Cinema
In partnership with Severin Films, AGFA presents the fully-restored 1980 gem that made Martin Scorsese’s 11 Scariest Horror Movies Of All Time list. This movie represents a career peak for both star George C. Scott and director Peter Medak (THE RULING CLASS.) Oscar-winner Scott delivers major feels as a classical music composer consumed by grief after his wife and daughter are killed in a shocking accident. When he moves to a secluded Victorian mansion, he finds himself haunted by a paranormal entity that unleashes an even more disturbing secret. Based on actual events!
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