In the style of The Haunting (1963) by Robert Wise, comes The Haunting of Baylock Residence (2014). The film is shot in old-style black and white, which kept companies from picking it up for an official release I was told by director Anothny M Winson - from Nottingham. I enjoyed this film: the old haunted house-style and it's great locations and settings! It wasn't blood and gore, just old fashioned story-telling for a late night viewing!
The story takes place when Patricia Woodhouse (played by Stacey Devonport) obtains a letter informing her that her sister has passed away! Upon request, Woodhouse must visit her sister's home where ghostly going-ons are lurking inside of the old house.
The film was nominated for best horror film at the Macabre Faire Film Festival. If you like the old-school horror of the 60's, then this might be the type of film for you! Great camera angles showing dark-shadowed corridors, classic-looking actors and a build-up to some classic ghostly going ons!
The black & white feel actually covers up a lot of low budget costs giving it a classic feel. It's also a drama so performances can be appreciated. I also believe that any film-maker, starting out or even along the line could appreciate what Winson of Mr Stitch Films is doing in this old, forgotten, haunted style! This is a 70-minute ambitious feature - a step-up from Winson's horror shorts on Youtube.
For more information, see www.mrstitchfilms.co.uk.