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Degenerates into formula and farce, with Stephens' theatrical delivery adding the mortal blow.
Overall, this is a unique and memorable little chiller.
What stops the film from sliding into irredeemable silliness is the performance of Robert Stephens, one of those dependable British thesps you can always rely upon to pull out the stops.
A daft but curiously appealing British effort with enough dark edges and inadvertent laughs to satisfy most horror junkies.
Unrated British horror film.
Cool movie where a group of scientists in Victorian England invent a machine which can capture the living spirits which escapes from people when they die. Fascinating concept, which looks interesting on film. The "Asphyx" creatures don't like being bottled up, and eventually create havoc. It's a great little movie done in a Hammer Horror style.
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