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Desc:After this, Chocky was pretty relaxing TV.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Horror
Tags:70s, bricking it, scared generation
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Lurchi - 2010-02-19
Their clothes scare me.
StanleyPain - 2010-02-19
I loved this show as a kid and recently re-watched it renting the DVDs from Netflix. It holds up amazingly well.
sosage - 2010-02-19
So was "children's programming" the only way to sneak horror and sci-fi productions onto television in Britain?
Binro the Heretic - 2010-02-19

The horror...the horror...
oogaBooga - 2010-02-19
I would have watched this, were it available in the states.
dead_cat - 2010-02-20
Somehow or other I managed to watch some of it -- I remember the howling soundtrack over the scenes of standing rocks because it was the scariest shit ever. Anyway, it must have been available in the US at some point.

sosage - 2010-02-20
I just watched the entire thing off of Youtube. I didn't regret it. You just need to forgive the occasional loop holes near the middle that involve the smart adults not putting 1 and 1 together or suddenly not believing in someone bringing up a "this is some spooky shit" theory when just a second ago they all saw some really spooky shit happening. The ending was enh, but the ride was fun.

JimL2 - 2010-02-20
Between this and The Stone Tape I think the poor rocks of the UK have gotten kind of a bad rap.
RealmOne - 2010-02-20
Ah the legacy of BBC and CBC to my childhood. I was the first kid I knew with cable way back when the Giants of Cable started.. when Nickelodeon didn't have programming of its own and it showed mostly imports... where I first saw The Tomorrow People and Tripods... along with Dangermouse and Count Duckula. It's like a forgotten legacy of cable.
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