Member Blogs > Gothica BooksThe Innocents, review – Telegraph

  • Mon, 16 Dec 2013 06:37:56    Permalink

    English Gothic doesn’t come much more textbook than this unrivalled 1961 version of Henry James’s Turn of the Screw – a crackling, eerie, coldly beautiful account of the novel, which reveals new subtleties and meanings every time you go back. Reissued as a Christmas centrepiece in the BFI’s Gothic season, it’s a fireside ghost story for a chill winter’s night.

    via The Innocents, review – Telegraph.

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