Directed by Pete Walker the film stars three horror icons, Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
The film also features John Carradine, Desi Arnaz, Sheila Keith, Julie Peasgood and Richard Todd.
A writer finds a deserted Welsh manor in which he believes will inspire his writing. However the house may have some hidden secrets that may change his mind.
House of the Long Shadows (1983) – Blu-ray / DVD
Fabulous Films list this release as being remastered but we will have to wait and see what this actually means.
Now remastered in high definition– Fabulous Films
- Audio Commentary by Director Pete Walker and Derek Pykett
- Pete Walker’s House of Horror
- House of the Long Shadows….revisited
- Photo Gallery
- Double-Sided poster of all new Graham Humphreys artwork
You can pre-order House of the Long Shadows on either Blu-ray for £12.99 or DVD £9.99 from Amazon. (Prices correct as of 22.02.22).
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House of the Long Shadows (1983) Blu-ray / DVD are listed for release in the UK on the 28th March 2022.
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House of the Long Shadows (1983) Trailer
I’ve added the original trailer for those not familiar with the film. Remember this trailer is NOT representative of the Fabulous Films blu-ray release.
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