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When the Lights Went Out

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A malevolent spirit attacks a family in Yorkshire during the 1974 blackout. The parents then seek out the assistance of a paranormal specialist and a local priest, who performs an exorcism that eventually halts the hauntings.
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Empire Magazine
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September 09, 2012

Aesthetically authentic and frightening in parts. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem all that different to what has come before it.
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Eye for Film
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September 14, 2012

Despite the fact that the scariest thing about this Yorkshire-brewed ghost story are the 70s fashions (avocado kitchen and rum and pep, anyone?), there is something quite charming about the creakiness of it all.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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September 13, 2012

Director Pat Holden delivers a few effective shocks but overcooks the climax.
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The List
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September 11, 2012

Soon gives way to silliness, with the poltergeist fiddling with Sally's Buckeroo and Slinky toys.
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Time Out
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September 11, 2012

A film that not even the formidable Gary Lewis can save is a scary thing indeed.
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Total Film
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August 28, 2012

Besides a couple of decent low-key jolts, hearsay and heroic art direction alone don't add up to t'Exorcist.
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Guardian
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September 12, 2012

This British scary movie is preposterous and cheesy, if occasionally oddly enjoyable.
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SFX Magazine
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September 19, 2012

Nothing particularly surprising or exciting happens, and the straightness with which the subject is treated eventually means everything seizes up.
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Sky Movies
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September 12, 2012

[Draws] upon the effective, low-fi scares of Ghostwatch or The Stone Tapes for well-sustained tension.
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