Beasts (1976– )

TV Series   |    |  Horror, Mystery


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An anthology series concerning bestial horror created by Nigel Kneale.


7.3/10
169

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  • Martin Shaw in Beasts (1976)
  • Pauline Quirke in Beasts (1976)
  • Michael Kitchen in Beasts: What Big Eyes (1976)
  • Michael Kitchen in Beasts: What Big Eyes (1976)
  • Clive Swift in Beasts (1976)
  • Anthony Bate and Elizabeth Sellars in Beasts (1976)

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11 April 2017 | alexanderdavies-99382
9
| Another triumph for Nigel Kneale.
The only reason I don't give "Beasts" a top 10 is that there aren't many episodes. There should have been a second series - I reckon they would have been just as good.

Each episode from this series has a self- contained plot and they range from witchcraft to possession.

The production values are a bit modest but the beauty lays in the acting and the writing. For sheer storytelling, this kind of television is sorely missed.

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