The Mysterious Death of Lord Harrington 


Eight people on an island estate for the will reading of Lord Harrington, killed by a werewolf. The rest must band together in order to survive until morning.


Danny Patrick


David Carter (story by), Danny Patrick (screenplay) | 2 more credits »

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Updated: 19 January 2018
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Credited cast, sorted by IMDb STARmeter:
Graham McTavish ... Father Casper
Craig Kelly ... Alice
Enn Reitel ... Howard
Moses Gomes-Santos Moses Gomes-Santos ... Michael
Glen Dagda Glen Dagda ... Jones
Harry Cowap Harry Cowap ... Opera Usher


Lord Harrington has invited his company board members to the Opera in the town of Valletta on the Island of Malta, accompanied by his A night at the Opera house in Valleta, on the Island of Malta, Lord Harrington's board members are expecting him to announce his private shipping is going public, giving them more power and individual wealth. However he announces the company is closing forcing them out of work, leaving them very angry. That night as Lord Harrington travels in a horse drawn cab with his daughter Elizabeth and his heir Callum they are attacked and hunted by a supernaturally large wolf-like animal; Lord Harrington attacks it believing he is saving Elizabeth and Callum who barely escape with their lives. At Lord Harrington's will reading he accuses his board of plotting to murder him and that quite possibly that person is a werewolf. Elizabeth is sceptical but cancels the ferries off the island, no one can leave until after the weekend - during the cycle of the full moon. ... Written by Danny Patrick

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The Maltese Connection See more »

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D-Cinema 48kHz 7.1


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