Crow Hollow (1952) Ann, a newlywed, moves into her husband's gloomy ancestral home, shared with his three eccentric aunts. When a maid mysteriously dies, Ann realizes her own life may be in danger. Castle Sinister (1948) During the War, a British agent travels to the remote Glennye Castle in the wilds of Scotland to investigate a mysterious murder by a masked phantom. Who or what is the phantom? And how are the Germans involved?
Crow Hollow was bad enough, but Castle Sinister was terrible
- Crow Hollow / Castle Sinister review by CB
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Crow Hollow is a cliched horror film in which the acting, along with everything else, is unmemorably mediocre. Castle Sinister is a ghost horror film that is so badly acted and shot it is comically bad. It's only 45 minutes long so doesn't bore. The acting and enunciation is so wooden it's astonishing that the film was released. I laughed at the sheer ridiculousness of the whole ensemble, so if you want an unintended laught I recommend it, but it really is a poor film and I would be very surprised if anyone involved in the film worked in another film again.