House of Afflictions – UK, 2015 – overview and reviews

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‘Fear the unknown’

House of Afflictions is a 2015 British supernatural horror feature film written and directed by Nottingham-based filmmaker Anthony M. Winson (The Witching Hour; Unholy); Michelle Darkin Price, Stefan Boehm and Penelope Butler star.


Late 1970’s: Kate Beckley (Michelle Darkin-Price) was once the UK’s best selling crime author but it has been years since her last novel due to a tragedy which befell Kate and her husband John, their daughter Julia disappeared…

Kate is coming to terms with the fact that Julia may never be found and has decided to start writing again Unfortunately she is finding it difficult due to constant distractions around her so decides to hire a temporary home to write. Almost instantly Kate begins experiencing paranormal occurrences. Has Julia come back? Or is there something more sinister lurking in the house?

Reviews [click links to read more]:

House of Afflictions certainly has its share of creepy moments, especially in the last third of the film. The movie slowly builds tension until those final dramatic events, which some may find to be a little prolonged. For others, this affliction is exactly what the doctor ordered.” Indie Horror Online

Main cast:

  • Michelle Darkin Price
  • Stefan Boehm
  • Penelope Butler
  • Lindsey Parr
  • Simon Crudgington 
  • Katie Richmond-Ward
  • Stella Lock
  • Karl Brown
  • Evie Mason


In the US, Wild Eye Releasing released the film on DVD in February 2016.




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One Comment on “House of Afflictions – UK, 2015 – overview and reviews”

  1. Way to go with the plot. The “crime / horror novel writer – cum – victim” is a powerfully scary theme !

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