The Other (DVD & Blu-ray Dual Format) (1972) Blu Ray

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A genuinely chilling psychological horror from director Robert Mulligan (To Kill a Mockingbird) The Other provides enough gruesome twists and turns to keep you guessing right up until its shocking finale. Mysterious accidents befall a family on a farm in depression-era Connecticut resulting in the death of a beloved father and a cherished twin brother. But when nine-year-old Holland begins to see – and speak to – his twin the remaining family members can only wait in terrified anticipation for more tragedies to occur... as it slowly dawns on them that... the accidents may not be accidental after all. With the same haunting tension as The Exorcist and The Omen Mulligan’s The Other eschews gore in favour of richly detailed psychological horror in its depiction of deeply disturbed children. Beautifully shot by the extraordinary Robert Surges (Ben Hur) and adapted for the screen by Thomas Tryon from his own best-selling novel The Other is an unsettling horror masterpiece. [show more]

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Released
23 February 2015
Directors
Actors
Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Eureka Entertainment Ltd 
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Runtime
100 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5060000701623 
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Cult psychological thriller directed by Robert Mulligan. On a Connecticut farm, two young twins, Niles and Holland (Chris and Martin Udvarnoky) are taught a secret supernatural game by their grandmother Ada (Uta Hagen). But when a number of strange accidents happen around the farm, Niles begins to suspect that his brother Holland is responsible. Only Ada knows the truth, but can she stop the two boys before the game gets wildly out of hand?