I must confess to being pleasantly surprised by this "Best of British" release from Odeon. Of course it's not really in the category of "Best of..", but it is a pretty good Gothic Mystery, with good mood settings and fine acting, and direction. I wondered at one point if Hammer "expert" Jimmy Sangster might have had a hand in the script! The plot keeps you guessing (up to a point), and it's all done in 83 minutes. No boring bits here. As for the Print quality...I can't quite go along with one review or comments, but almost. Most of the film has bright colours, but night scenes suffer a bit, and there are some blemishes. But this did not spoil my enjoyment, tho I can see how it might for others. I recomend this to collectors of Gothic Horror/Hammer type films, and fans of Ann Lynn (yep, I'm one). Now that brings me on to what is becoming a far too regular grumble about Odeon's DVD Covers. According to Odeon the stars of this film are Heather Sears, Peter Arne, Raymond Huntley and Patrick Troughton in that order, front and back covers. The FILM titles read Heather Sears, John Turner, Ann Lynn in that order. Nowhere on the cover do Turner and Lynn get a mention, and Lynn isn't in the enclosed notes (tho Troughton is). I'm sorry I feel the need to bang on about this, but who designs/writes these covers? However, don't, for heaven's sake let this point put you off getting a worthwhile addition to your horror library.