Borley Rectory (2017) 720p – RETAiL-BRrip – x264-AAC – 599MB – scOrp

[IMDb Rating]: 5.3/10 (107 votes)
[Metascore]: -/100
[Awards]: None
[Genre]: Animation
[MPAA/Certificate]: n/a
[Format]: mkv x.264
[Audio]: 2 Channel
[Resolution]: 1280×720
[Language]: English
[Country]: UK
[Subtitles]: muxed : normal + HI
[Release Runtime]: 01:13:00
[Source]: 720p.BR
[Sample]: None



Plot Outline

Directed by Ashley Thorpe. With Jonathan Rigby, Reece Shearsmith, Annabel Bates, Claire Louise Amias. Borley Rectory is an animated documentary chronicling what came to be known as ‘The most haunted house in England’. The legends attached to the rectory at Borley and famed paranormal investigator Harry Price’s subsequent investigations of them, caught the public’s imagination during the late 20’s in time becoming one of the world’s most notorious ghost stories. Borley Rectory will examine the …




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Carl Comet

This documentary (or shall I say mockumentary) takes us back to a time when people were very fond of investigations on paranormal activities. The mise en scene here reflects (or stylishly imitates) the visual style of silent movies and gothic horror, yet it provides quite an overdose so that sometimes you gotta laugh about the people portrayed here who believed in a haunted house for years. Still, the movie is an enjoyable piece of art if you love that playfully artificial gothic horror style.


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