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Well, except for the one about the golfers, but that one’s just there for light relief before the film hits you with the scariest ventriloquist’s dummy ever committed to film. 'Creepy' doesn’t feel like a strong enough word to describe this film – 'devastating' might do it.When Cesar (Luis Tosar) finds one tenant is harder to upset than the others, his behaviour escalates until he’s committing unimaginably grotesque crimes against the poor girl. Probably the best horror anthology ever made, this Ealing Studios production includes five individual stories and one wrap-around narrative.The wrap-around sees a consultant arrive at a country home only to find that he recognises all of the guests at the house – he’s seen them all in a dream.Gorgeously shot, wonderfully acted, this is a creepy delight.
sees a concierge secretly breaking into the homes of the people he’s supposed to serve to try to make them as miserable as he is.
A couple of Londoners holidaying in Cornwall stumble across a gorgeous abandoned house on the seafront and immediately decide they want to buy it.