The Haunting

The Haunting
The Haunting

Year

1963

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Widely regarded as one of the most chilling ghost stories to ever appear on the big-screen, The Haunting is essential viewing for those who like something a little spooky in their films, but best avoided by those of a more sensitive nature! The frights begin when four guests arrive at a famously haunted house, each with a different reason for being there and different levels of scepticism about the idea of the supernatural. But what they encounter in "Hill House" soon leaves them terrified - just as it will you. The Haunting has almost nothing in the way of special effects, but it's that very understated quality that makes the film so brilliantly creepy.

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