Set in a remote village in 17th Century England, farm labourer Ralph Gower (Barry Andrews) accidentally stumbles across a devilish skull whilst ploughing a field.
Ralph reports his findings to the Judge (Patrick Wymark) but when they return, the skull has vanished. Very soon the children of the village start acting strangely, led by Angel Blake (Linda Hayden) they form a murderous coven and when mysterious growths of hair (called the Devil's Skin) start appearing on their bodies, all hell breaks loose... literally!
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Great film very good horror film 70s horror film very go and this one is near the top so I recommend this one if you like 70s films
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Blood on Satan's Claw is a quality British folk horror, let down only by the poor reveal of Mr Satan himself and an anticlimactic ending. Otherwise, this Tigon production is full of period atmosphere, supported by the excellent score and cast. Fans of Hammer horror and/or titles like the Wickerman and Witchfinder General should enjoy this.
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