Cinema: Blind Fear

Sarah has an air of deceptive fragility, but the English lass is really porcelain on the outside, granite within. The girl is stone blind—the result of an equestrian accident. But she is making a wizard adjustment at her uncle's isolated house in Sussex. Then, rather abruptly, things spiral downward. Her boy friend Steve (Norman Eshley) leaves her alone to take an afternoon nap. She awakes to a house full of death. Some bloody maniac has gone crackers with a shotgun, cutting down everyone in the family. But he has accidentally dropped a clue—a bracelet with his name engraved upon the surface....

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