THE HAUNTING OF THE TOWER OF LONDON Reviews and trailer

  

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The Haunting of the Tower of London is a 2022 British horror film about the Two Princes, imprisoned and allegedly murdered by Richard III. The story tells how they came back to haunt the Bloody Tower and with guards and inmates starting to die in horrible circumstances, it becomes clear the Two Princes are out for revenge…

Written, produced, directed, photographed and edited by Charlie Steeds (Werewolf Castle; Death RanchA Werewolf in EnglandVampire VirusAn English HauntingThe Barge PeopleWinterskin).

The Dark Temple Motion PicturesHigh Fliers Films production stars Richard Rowden (Werewolf Castle), Reece Connolly (Werewolf Castle; A Werewolf in England), Tim Cartwright, Emma Spurgin Hussey, Greg Draven, Jake Watkins, Natalie Martins, Rory Wilton, James Swanton, Derek Nelson, Grace Blackman, James Swanton, Tessa Wood, Jay O’Connell, Jaime Seal and Paul Mansell.

Review:
The Haunting of the Tower of London is undoubtedly Charlie Steeds’ best film so far and showcases his growing talents. Tight framing largely avoids the pitfalls of the low-budget (obviously it’s not lensed in the actual Tower of London but that’s clearly not possible). The history may be hokey but this is fun despite some hammy performances.

The leads are mostly impressive although some of the supporting cast is decidedly pantomimic. Nasty things happen – it’s part of violent British history.
Adrian J Smith, MOVIES and MANIA

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Reviews:
“Performance-wise Reece Connolly is excellent again as the tortured priest whose role becomes larger than originally perceived whilst Tim Cartwright chews the scenery as the twisted Richard III […] Steeds and his Dark Temple crew continue to produce entertaining visuals…” Bloody Flicks

“The effects are […] quite good with plenty of ghastly spirits and murder most foul all ending with madness, torture and death in a surprisingly nihilistic ending […] This is, crumbling castles aside, an extremely entertaining film with plenty of familiar faces having a great time making a bloody mess out of history.” 4 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony

Release:
In the UK, High Fliers Films released The Haunting of the Tower of London on DVD and Digital on June 27, 2022.

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