Whistle And I'll Come To You

Whistle And I'll Come To You
Whistle And I'll Come To You

Year

1968

Duration

42 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

This fantastically creepy tale shows how using sound, light and shadow to invoke horror can work just as well as expensive special effects - think of how frightening an unexplained noise in your house at night can be. The story's pretty gripping, too - a stuffy old academic is walking through a graveyard when he finds a whistle with the words "Who is this who is coming" carved into it. That night, he blows the whistle, setting off a terrifying chain of events, in a classic English ghost story that will live on in the memory long after the credits have rolled...

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