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Like this post to see ed2k links [831.27 Mb]Four tales of terror regarding the events at a creepy old mansion are recounted to skeptical Scotland Yard investigator Holloway (John Bennett) as he investigates the whereabouts of the latest occupant of "the house that dripped blood."
The 3rd tale, "Sweets to the Sweet," stars Christopher Lee as John Reid, the father to a young girl (Chloe Franks) who to begin with has an inexplicable fear of fire, which is soon remedied by caring nanny, Ann Norton (Nyree Dawn Porter). However, John appears to be harbouring a dark secret about the family. "Sweets to the Sweet" is easily the most sober and intricate of the four stories and that is why the segment is undeniably compelling to the viewer. Throughout the segment small and subtle clues are released about the truth behind the family, but it is not until the immensely horrific final scene that everything slots neatly into place ... Accompanied by a wonderfully arranged soundtrack, "Sweets to the Sweet" is an exercise in sustained fear that grabs the viewer by the throat and refuses to let go until the agonising screams that end this piece finally cease.
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This is a classic, early 70's horror anthology, quite enjoyable on its own merits, and the addition of pretty, little Chloe makes it that much moreso. The "Sweets to the Sweet" segment is very Chloe-centric - nothing particularly OT, but plenty of screen-time for the lovely Miss Franks.