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Tales of Unease DVD Unboxing

Just in time for Halloween, rarely-seen anthology series Tales of Unease makes its highly-anticipated DVD debut from Network. The quietly unsettling and unforgettable series tells seven sinister tales with a hearty dose of unnerving atmosphere and chilling moments, and is an absolute must-own for anyone looking for more spooky viewing this Halloween season.

We took a closer look at the release, seen here with the limited web-exclusive O-card (while stocks last).


Synopsis

A rarely-seen anthology drama series featuring stories full of menace and black humour, Tales of Unease avoids overt horror for a subtler and altogether more unsettling sense of the uncanny. This atmospheric series features stories from novelist John Burke, playwright Michael Hastings, A Bouquet of Barbed Wire‘s Andrea Newman and James Leo Herlihy – author of Midnight Cowboy.

Includes limited-edition booklet written by archive television historian Andrew Pixley.

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TALES OF UNEASE: THE COMPLETE SERIES is available on DVD on 17 October 2022 from Network

 

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