Synopsis: Royal descendants feel the wrath of the curse of condemned witch Mad Dolly, who spews forth her prophecy while she is burned at the stake. The victims suffer death by having their heads removed in various fashions, getting their limbs caught in animal traps, knife wounds, and other methods of medieval torture.
Genre: Horror
84 min


- No, no!

- Tell his lordship, go!

- No!

No, no!

Oh, no, go away, no!

- You've found her?

When will she die?

' Now.

- I want to see it.

- Stay here.

- Oh, no, my lord.

After the harm she has caused us?

I will see an end to her.

- Oh, no!



- Make haste!




- Father, take back to thy bosom

this woman whom Satan has defiled.

Receive and bless her soul.

Cleanse and purify it

in Thy holy name.

And let no measure

of Satan's power remain in her.

- Master, help thy servant!

- Quickly, men, fire, burn her.

- No!

- Help!

Help me!

Help me, oh!

Help me, help!

- Ah!

- You dare to challenge one

who serves the master?

No earthly thing may take

that right and live.

Your life is hereby forfeited,

and every male and female of

your line is damned!

- Lights.

- What a load of rubbish.

- Oh, shut up, I

thought it was great.

- Is it really true?

- Yes.

And it actually happened in

this very house.

- At least you didn't have to

spend money on the location.

- Yeah, the cheapskate.

It's the only reason he made it.

I mean, who's gonna be

interested in a film

about your family?


Is that the sword you

used in the movie?

- Yes.

And it's the same sword that

killed most of our ancestors.

If the stories are true.

- Oh, dear.

- Oh, Gary, what's the

matter with you?

It's an amazing story.

It's just it loses a little

bit of its charm

when you've seen it 15 times.

- Don't you believe it?

- Look, it was 300 years ago.

How can anybody prove

anything now?

Oh, come on.

- And there are many more

things I could tell you.

Want a rum?

- Yes.

- Are you doomed as well, Ann?

- No, it's only

direct descendants.

He's the one.

You've only got to look at him

to see he's doomed.

- I don't know, this house makes

me feel a bit funny.

- Yeah, I know what you mean,


it's giving me a strange

feeling as well.

- So that's what caused it.

- Don't jest, love.

You know all about my strange

power, don't you?


' Yes!

- Oh, God.

- Ladies and gentlemen, could I

have your attention, please?

You're invited to witness

the most amazing

example of mesmerism

ever seen by man.

Now I think this young lady will

give me some assistance

in my demonstration of my

strange power.

- You'll wanna watch it,


- You wouldn't

catch me doing that.

- I'm a natural skeptic,

until they do it to me.

- You're gonna lie down.

- Now look at the candle, Carol,

look deeply

into the candle.

You're going to grow sleepy.

You're getting sleepy now.

- This bloody comedian's

beginning to get up my nose.

- Well, you shouldn't

invite bogeymen

to your parties, should you?

- Your eyelids are getting heavy.

Now go to sleep.

Go to sleep.

- You don't believe this, do you?

- No!

- All right then, clever clogs,

you watch this.

Carol, open your eyes.

Can you hear me, Carol?

- Yes.

- What can you see?

- A candle.

- Now the candle is harmless,

do you understand?

The flame will not hurt you,

do you understand?

- Yes.

- Now put your hand into

the flame, Carol.

- Oh, you f***ing sod!

- Go ahead, put your hand

into the flame.

Nothing's going to hurt you.

- Jesus, what was that?!

- I thought she was in a trance.

- Well, she's just having

an intermission,

aren't you, love?

- I've neverjumped so

bloody high in my life.

- And you loused up the act.

- It's all right, the wind

has blown a branch

against the window.

I'll get something to fix it.

Is she all right?

- Of course she is.

- Show me your hand.

- Now there's a miracle.

- I'd more impressed if

you hypnotized

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