I don't like horror films. I don't like being scared. I don't like gore. I don't like dismemberment. I don't like sadism. I don't like torture. I don't ever find violence funny. I don't like any of that stuff, but that's my personal taste and does not warrant a dismissal of the genre in any way.
Writer-Director Pat Holden on the Real-life Events Behind His Chilling Horror Film, 'When the Lights Went Out'
For nine months in the late 1960s, the Pritchard family came under attack from reportedly supernatural forces at 30 East Drive, Pontefract, Yorkshire. Now, writer-director Pat Holden has drawn on the events at his Auntie Jean's council house, in a disturbing new film, When the Lights Went Out.
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