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Hammer House Of Horror (DVD Boxset) £8.95 + Free Delivery @ Zavvi
Hammer House Of Horror (DVD Boxset) £8.95 + Free Delivery @ Zavvi

Hammer House Of Horror (DVD Boxset) £8.95 + Free Delivery @ Zavvi

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Hammer House Of Horror is synonymous with terror, suspense and the supernatural. These alternative bedtime stories sparked millions of sleepless nights when originally screened and remain as scary as ever!
The stories cover a wide range. Thrills and chills. Mystery and intrigue. Suspense and the supernatural. Everything from sheer spine-tingling horror to sinister drama, the occult and the eerie.
Episodes include:
The House That Bled To Death, The Silent Scream, The Two Faces Of Evil, The Mark Of Satan, Witching Time, Visitor From The Grave, Rude Awakening, Charlie Boy, Children Of The Full Moon, The Thirteenth Reunion, The Carpathian Eagle, Guardian Of The Abyss, Growing Pains.
Special Features
4 Disc set
Which includes Stills galleries and Key cast biographies.

6 Comments

i used to love watching this

These are great!

Ok, so which episode psychologically scarred you the most? For me, the bloody house.

matedodgy;5311676

Ok, so which episode psychologically scarred you the most? For me, the … Ok, so which episode psychologically scarred you the most? For me, the bloody house.



Witching time - the one with the witch that got her baps out! :-D
If these were shown around 1979-80 then I was only around 11 or 12, probably the first time I'd seen a naked witch :giggle:

Just to confirm, are these the short films or the ones that you occasionally see on BBC 2/ITV at night that run for an hour or more?

professor yaffle;5311767

Witching time - the one with the witch that got her baps out! :-DIf these … Witching time - the one with the witch that got her baps out! :-DIf these were shown around 1979-80 then I was only around 11 or 12, probably the first time I'd seen a naked witch :giggle:



Lol. I saw that episode again the other day. It was fab and genuinely errie. I must have seen these when I was about 8 or 9 years old if they were screened in the late 70s / early 80s.
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