With John Simm, Martin Clunes, Phyllis Logan, Sophie Ward, Nigel Havers and Kevin McNally featuring among its combined casts, and novelists and screenwriters Anthony Horowitz (Foyle's War) and Stephen Gallagher (Bugs, Murder Rooms) among the writers, this acclaimed five-part contemporary horror/fantasy anthology could not be anything other than compelling viewing. Chiller also features the direction and production talents of Lawrence Gordon Clark - best known for his direction of the BBC's classic Ghost Story for Christmas thread during the early 1970s. This set... contains the complete series, originally screened in 1995. Prophecy A woman takes part in a séance with some friends. Five years later, disaster begins to overtake them. Can she discover the source of the destructive power? Toby A pregnant woman loses her unborn child in a car crash. On becoming pregnant again, she is convinced that she is haunted by his malignant spirit. Mirror Man A young homeless man is compelled by a mysterious friend to murder the elderly social worker who is trying to help him. The Man Who Didn't Believe In Ghosts A writer who regards the supernatural with cynicism moves into a supposedly haunted house. He sets out to prove ghosts do not exist. Number Six In Helsby, a small Yorkshire town, police are desperately searching for the child killer who strikes at full moon. [show more]
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Five-part fantasy horror series starring John Simm, Martin Clunes, Phyllis Logan and Nigel Havers. In 'Prophecy' a seance has disastrous consequences for a group of friends. In 'Toby' a pregnant woman believes an evil spirit is haunting her after losing her last unborn baby in a car accident. In 'Mirror Man' a homeless man is driven to a violent act by a mysterious figure. In 'The Man Who Didn't Believe in Ghosts' a cynical writer attempts to prove that ghosts are not real by staying in a haunted house. In 'Number Six' Yorkshire police hunt for a child murderer who takes his victims when the moon is full.