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Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense - And the Wall Came Tumbling Down

episode 11

UK 1984
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directed by Paul Annett
starring Barbi Benton, Gareth Hunt, Brian Deacon, Patricia Hayes, Carol Royle, Peter Wyngarde, Gary Waldhorn, Richard Hampton, Angela Grant, Ray Armstrong, Peter Baldwin, Jona Jones, Tim Pearce, Christopher Farries, Peter Macklin, Danny McCarthy, Sean Barry-Weske, Robert James
written by Joe Peacock, Dennis Spooner, music by Anthony Payne

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Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense

review by
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Alan (Brian Deacon) breaks into an abandoned church that's about to be demolished with his girlfriend Kim (Carol Royle) with the sole purpose of proposing to her - but instead she is brutally murdered by a red-robed man called Martin (Peter Wyngarde), and Alan starts having memories of a former incarnation of his from 1649, when his former self opposed a group of Satanists led by Martin. In the here and now though, he's the prime and only suspect for his girlfriend's murder, and he is ultimately arrested.

As a matter of fact, quite a few unexplained murders have been happening in the abandoned church, so researcher Caroline (Barbi Benton) and demolition-supervisor Peter (Gareth Hunt) form an uneasy alliance to investigate the whole affair, and find out that the church once housed a bunch of Satanists led by Martin, and that they all were either burned to death or walled in - but it seems that the demolition has set them free again.

Ultimately, Alan escapes captivity - and just in time too, since a certain army general who turns out to be the reincarnation of Martin, is presently inspecting the destruction site ... but Alan arrives just in time to throw him through a brick wall and kill him - when another reborn Satanist (Richard Hampton) blows up the site ...

 

Mediocre horror story, not too bad on the plot level (if you can look past the implausibilities inherent to the genre), but by and large lacking thrills and excitement, instead treating the viewer with lengthy scenes of investigations. Still, there are (far) worse horror films out there.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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