hounds.jpg (28992 bytes)Sherlock Holmes

The Hounds
of the
Baskervilles

The Ancient Curse is Back....

A classic murder mystery in the purest tradition of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Hound of the Baskervilles is a masterful retelling of a timeless tale of murder and supernatural mystery.

Summoned to the fog-drenched countryside by Dr. Mortimer, Holmes and Watson find themselves involved in an age-old curse and modern mysteries.

Following the horrifying and mysterious death of Sir James, Lord of the Baskervilles, at the slavering jaws of an enormous monster of the moores, the final descendant of the family is summoned from America. Upon his arrival, Sir Henry is faced with an almost palpable wall of fear and hatred. But why? The question attracts the attention of the great sleuth, Sherlock Holmes; Who is threatening the newest Lord of the Manor at Baskerville?  Is it the mysterious man in the black beard? Or might it be the drunken artist, his beautiful wife, or perhaps the dimwitted but charmingly demented butterfly collector? They are among the suspects, as the wilds of the moors take on a life of their own.

Warned by a mysterious and beautiful rescuer, "There are many things on the moor that are not what they seem," Sir Henry sets out to discover how this mysterious hounds from hell has reached into the souls of his community and holds them hostage to their fear. The warning is a prophetic statement that comes back to haunt the viewer as the mystery is unraveled by the patient hand of that greatest of deductive minds - Sherlock Holmes.

The Hound of the Baskervilles meets the challenge of finding a fresh interpretation  of the ageless tales of Sherlock Holmes. From the charm of the 19th-century London streets to the tops of Watson's impeccably-perfect costume, this is a view of Holmes, Watson and their London, that you'll enjoy seeing again and again.

Running Time: 101 Minutes