Hooptober 8.0 #1:
I don't really have anything clever or insightful to say about this film.
It's not horror, but horror-adjacent. Like the vast majority of Hammer films I've seen its combination of quaintness, age, and pastoral tone made this an incredibly pleasant watch. The stakes were not especially high for this film, and it hit all its marks.
Cushing, as always, is a treasure. He manages to always casually dominate a scene or a shot just with his mere…