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Hugh and his children face Hill House, one final time.
Luke heads back to Hill House. Steven and Hugh bond after years of estrangement.
In the early days at Hill House, Hugh made discoveries when clearing the basement of black mould.
Hugh arrives at the funeral home where his children are waiting on a dark, stormy night.
Nell is followed from Hill House by the Bent-Neck Lady for the rest of her life, until her last fateful night.
Luke’s memories of Hill House haunt him
Theo’s work as a child psychologist brings her to empathise with a patient, forcing her to relive old memories of Hill House.
In the wake of Nell’s suicide, Shirley struggles with memories of her childhood, specifically those of her mother.
The Crain family experienced terrible tragedy at Hill House. Now, some of them are going back, whether they like it or not.
The Haunting. 1963. Directed by Robert Wise. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding; based on the novel The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Starring Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson, and Russ Tamblyn. Argyle Enterprises. Rated G. 112 minutes (Black & White). Horror ★★★★★ Whatever the equivalent of a Renaissance Man in film, it certainlyContinue reading “Psychological Trauma in The Haunting”
So I’ve already done several lists for October and the anticipation of Halloween. Up until now it’s been for those who really love horror, or at least the initiated. This list is a little different. Knowing many friends of mine aren’t exactly huge horror-ites, and also realizing tons of people out there like a littleContinue reading “A Halloween List: The October Non-Horror Fan Horror Guide”