This star-studded anthology from Hammer Films presents thirteen unforgettable tales of spine-chilling terror. Reimagining classic Hammer themes in a contemporary British setting and signalling a new direction for the legendary film studio under the aegis of producer Roy Skeggs, the series blends the supernatural with a very modern horror - from hauntings and demonic possessions to sinister incarcerations and cannibalism...
Retro horror/suspense, great stories.
- Hammer House of Horror review by Karrie
This is from the age when it was the story that was the main horror event. The stories are still gripping, but they do show their age in styling (obviously) and special effects (which are almost non-existant). Enjoy your trip down memory lane. My daughter (13) has found them a good intro to "scary" films and because 2000 is old fashioned to her, was barely aware of the old fashioned feel.