Effective British horror anthology containing four tales barely held together by its framing concept. Other than its central premise about the house not really working this seventies' anthology pretty much hits it marks. Best In show is the first tale starring Denholm Elliott and the third with Christopher Lee. Last tale a silly one despite a sexy Ingrid Pitt.
Nothing wrong with the stories per se, but sometimes I find certain types of British horror flicks kind of awkward. In addition, this one felt tired and Duffell's direction seemed lazy. Christopher Lee is always a joy, though, although his character wasn't particularly interesting here.