Directed by David Hemmings
In this eerie Australian supernatural thriller, a pilot who survived a deadly crash and a female psychic team up to discover what really happened in the skies that horrible night, and why ghostly girls have been appearing to locals and causing deadly accidents. But they’ve got to act fast when accusing eyes turn towards the pilot, who walked away from the crash unscathed. Could his amnesia be the result of a guilty conscience? Or something else? Featuring the final appearance of legendary actor and on-screen villain Joseph Cotten (BARON BLOOD, SHADOW OF A DOUBT).
A pilot and a psychic team up to discover what really happened during a deadly crash.
Cast: Robert Powell, Jenny Agutter, Joseph Cotten
Competently produced, indifferently acted, feebly scripted. The dialogue made my ears hurt, as ithe film reached its climax. I suspect some kind of troubled production. I've seen good work from the same production people and actors.
Competently produced, indifferently acted, feebly scripted. The dialogue made my ears hurt, as ithe film reached its climax. I suspect some kind of troubled production, since I've seen excellent films from that time period, by the various talents involved.
The novel by James Herbert is one of the scariest books I've ever read. This is THE worst adaptation of a novel I have ever seen. Movies don't come worse than this sorry affair.
A not too terrifying, but well done, supernatural mystery. The acting was great, and the atmosphere was very immersive. I haven't seen too many movies like this one; if you're looking for something engaging and not too gory or jumpy, give this one a try.
love james herbert's books.glad they made this one into a movie...