|Directors:||Luke Watson, Pier Wilikie|
|Actors:||Mark Letheren, Pip Torrens, David Burke, Greg Wise, Paul Freeman|
Ghostly and macabre tales from the pen of Victorian writer M.R. James, widely considered to be one of the best writers in the ghost story genre.
A View From a Hill (2005) - How different Fanshawe's holiday might have been had his trusty binoculars not broken? The Squire's archaic pair proves straingly bewitching, but is eveything they see to be believe? And why does their very mention fill the elderly butlet with dread? He looks like he's seen a ghost, or worse. Perhaps Fanshawe should have consulted the old man before venturing up Gallows Hill. some stones are better left unturned, and questions of the dead should remain the secrets of the past, because sometimes, the dead answer back.
Number 13 (2006) - An academic lodging in room 12 of a drafty hotel in a small English cathedral town, notes the room numbers jump from 12 to 14. After being awoken one night, he is shocked to find a door to room 13 has mysteriously appeared. He decides to investigate, with fearful consequences.