|Writers||Bruce Stewart (writer)
|Cast||William Sylvester Diane Clare Aliza Gur Edward Underdown Terence de Marney William Dexter Sylvia Marriott Avril Sadler Angela Lovell Maria Hallowi|
|Plot||A handsome tourist travelling through the desert comes at night upon a lavish Moorish castle wherein he is entertained by a mysterious wealthy woman. He departs and returns in the morning to find the place has vanished. His inquiries only bring fear and hostility from the local villagers. He gradually finds himself lured into a deadly and sinister mystery.... see The Hand of Night on IMDb|
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|(1968-England) COLOR. With WILLIAM SYLVESTER. Meet Paul Carver. He is a British architect who is flying to Morocco to escape from the agony he has experienced back home. Two months earlier, his wife and children were killed in a car crash. Since then, as he explains, "nothings made much sense." While on the plane, Carver has the strangest of nightmares. In it, he finds himself in an ancient underground tomb. A wedding is taking place. The bride enters the tomb and promptly screams as one of the coffins is opened. Carver describes the dream as "a mixture of the past, the present. Things I dont understand." The guilt-ridden man also refers to himself as "a harbinger of death and desolation." It just so happens that one of the characters in the dream is Gunther, an archaeologist who is the stranger seated next to Carver on the plane. Gunther invites Carver to a party in honor of the discovery of some ancient tombs. At the affair, he meets the lovely Marisa, a mystery woman who is certain to cause Carver further angst as he finds himself all-too-willingly led down "the road into the dark." You will be riveted to the screen as Carvers plight and fate unfold in this chillingly macabre combination horror film-mystery involving ghosts, vampires and other unspeakable evils. 90 minutes. |
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