10 Rillington Place (1971)


Directed by: Richard Fleischer

Stars: Richard Attenborough, Judy Geeson, John Hurt

Language: English + Commentaries (3tracks)  | Subtitles: English (embed)

commentary with actress Judy Geeson and film historians Lem Dobbs and Nick Redman
commentary with acclaimed actor John Hurt

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.658 | Brrip

Also known as: Ten Rillington Place

Description: What happened to the women at 10 Rillington Place? The story of British serial killer John Christie, who committed most or all of his crimes in the titular terraced house, and the miscarriage of justice involving Timothy Evans.


4.84GB | 111:19mins | 1920×1080 | mkv | English | Sub: English



—-bluray extras—-

Interview with Sir Richard Attenborough Attenborough discusses many aspects of the film

218MB | 22:35mins | 1248×720 | mkv | English

Being Beryl (2006) new interview with Judy Geeson

158MB | 22:09mins | 1194×720 | mkv | English

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5 Responses to 10 Rillington Place (1971)

  1. Tony says:

    Thanks for the upgrade quality print for this outstanding serial killer drama. So good.

  2. rarelust says:

    added new 1080p print .. Twilight Time bluray

  3. Mr MOJO says:

    Great! The best “serial killer observed from the outside “film ever in my opinion. The best “inside the mind of a serial killer” film is “Angst”.
    Thank you for the audio commentary and the extras !

  4. Ariel Bender says:

    Absolutely one of the best (and factually) true crime films ever made. John Hurt is outstanding here, possibly his best work along with ‘The Elephant Man’. I’ve watched this several times and find myself drawn into it again and again when I open the file. Great commentary and the Blu-ray is outstanding – Thanks. Check out another true serial killer gem called ‘The Golden Glove’ (2019). I kept thinking of this as I watched it. Similar seedy dilapidated sets; grimy and extremely convincing .

    • Johnny says:

      Yes, ’10 Rillington Place’ is an excellent film, all the more so because the exteriors were mostly filmed in the real location in late 1970, only a few weeks before it was demolished, although the interiors were mainly studio sets. A number of the extras in the background of some scenes had actually lived in the street at the time of the murders and remembered The Christies and the Evanses. However, some of the characters, incidents and dates depicted in the film were dramatised or combined to streamline the story, so it is not an entirely factual account of the events. Ludovic Kennedy’s eponymous book is a fairly accurate account of what happened, but does not address the more recent evidence which suggests that Timothy Evans may not have been as innocent as many people believe.

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