Dir: Robert Hartford-Davis
Starring: Ann Todd and Patrick Magee
A religiously obsessed young man becomes a serial killer
Early in this horror film there is a very brief glimpse of BR blue-liveried 4 COR EMU’s passing a factory yard in South West London. This is in fact the works behind Twickenham Studios with the railway running between Richmond and St. Margarets stations. A similar view also appeared in the 1973 film White Cargo (qv). There is also a brief glimpse of the frontage to St Margarets station, which is pretty much opposite Twickenham Studios. The film was originally released with a running time of 98 minutes, but the version for the American market was cut to 87 minutes to remove its most graphic content.