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The Haunting of Hythe House is a 2021 British horror film about a young man named Danny that loves trolling indie films online. When a female voice named Control hijacks his computer, Danny is sent to an isolated abandoned mansion to unravel a mystery that could make him a millionaire.

Written and directed by Steven M. Smith (The Ghosts of Borley Rectory; Dead Again; The Haunting of Borley Rectory; Doll HouseDoll CemeteryThe Howling). Co-produced and co-edited by Steven M. Smith and Louisa Warren (director of Doctor Carver; Virtual Death MatchTooth FairyCurse of the Scarecrow).

The ChampDog Films-CoCo Pictures-Greenway Entertainment-Rellik Films co-production stars Luke Stevenson (Doll House), J. Taviner (Ouija Hosts; The Ghosts of Borley Rectory), Michelle Archer, Silas Welsh and Taylor Rae Papworth.

Reviews:
” …The Haunting of Hythe House never comes remotely close to being scary or even interesting. It’s eighty-five minutes of tedium marked by occasional feeble attempts at scares. If it was meant as a middle finger to critics, myself included, who have given Smith’s films bad reviews it didn’t work and will only get him more bad reviews if it’s noticed at all.” Voices from the Balcony

Release date:
The Haunting of Hythe House will be released in the USA on DVD and On-Demand on October 23, 2021. It is currently available on Amazon Prime in the UK.

Cast and characters:
Luke Stevenson … Danny
J. Taviner … Jack (as Jake Taviner)
Michelle Archer … Control
Nicholas Taviner … The Butler
Silas Welsh … Bernard
Taylor Rae Papworth … Rae
Louisa Warren … The Maid
Primrose Bigwood … The Maid

Filming locations:
Poltimore House, Poltimore, Exeter, Devon, England – the same location as Dead Again (2020).

Alternate title:
P. O. V.

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