A Norfolk village, Sweethope, slides into the sea - but miraculously, there is no loss of life. One of the villagers, Philip Gates (Grantham) becomes a Chief Superintendent and is put in charge of several cases where prominent individuals are killed but are then resurrected. Photographer Steve Blake (Hodge) and his ex-wife Joanna Ball (Le Touzel) stumble across something far more sinister than miracles. When they make contact with Gates wife Melissa (Williams) she explains that since that fateful night at Sweethope, her husband had never been the same since. Leading to conclusions that whatever was behind these happenings, was not human.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Uninvited - The Uninvited (TV series) - Netflix
The Uninvited is a British television science fiction mini-series, created by Leslie Grantham and written by Peter Bowker, that first broadcast on ITV between 25 September 25 and 16 October 1997. The series was co-produced by Zenith Entertainment and Anglia Television. The series was filmed in and around Norwich, with scenes filmed at the University of East Anglia, Norwich Magistrate's Court and the offices of the Eastern Daily Press in Norwich city centre. The series was novelised by Paul Cornell and published by Virgin Books. (ISBN 0-7535-0220-8). Cornell, a huge fan of the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who (who at that point had written several licensed novels based on the programme), cheekily included a cameo appearance at the end from Doctor Who character Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, although the character is unnamed in the book. A soundtrack album accompanying the series, with music composed by Martin Kiszko, was released on 6 October 1997 via Ocean Deep Records. The complete series was first released on VHS on 26 January 2000, followed by a DVD release on July 28, 2003. The DVD combines the four fifty-minute episodes into two feature-length episodes of 100 minutes each.
The Uninvited - Plot - Netflix
Steve Blake (Douglas Hodge), a photographer and former journalist, witnesses the head of British Nuclear Power, James Wilson (David Allister) killed in a horrific car crash. However, the next day, Wilson turns up alive and well. Blake discovers a connection to the village of Sweethope, which collapsed into the sea following a chemical explosion. The population of the village was reportedly saved saved by two police officers, John Ferguson (Ian Brimble) and Philip Gates (Leslie Grantham). Blake is suspicious when he discovers a prominent number of the survivors have all gone on to obtain positions of power within the British establishment.
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