A Place of One's Own (1945) -- [4.0] -- Stodgy British production about a young woman who moves in with an elderly couple, only to become possessed by the spirit of a woman who was murdered there long ago. The execution is so dry, the film barely registers as a supernatural tale at all. There's also no attempt to create any mood or atmosphere, and boy, does it need some. "A Place of One's Own" is dull. The characters are so prim and proper, their reactions to spiritual rape never pass mild bemusement. By the time the movie resolves its mystery, which happens very quickly in the final minutes, you can't remember why you even cared.