Sky has released the first pictures from its upcoming drama 'The Enfield Haunting'. It looks terrifying. That blazer!
It's a three-part dramatisation of the supernatural events that took place in a house in the London suburb of Enfield in the autumn of 1977. It stars Timothy Spall as Maurice Grosse, a paranormal researcher investigating the strange goings-on in the Hodgson family home.
Matthew Macfayden plays Guy Lyon Playfair, Grosse's sceptical co-investigator. Juliet Stevenson takes the role of Grosse's wife, who is struggling with how obsessed he is with the investigation.
They're joined by Eleanor Worthington-Cox, who plays Janet. In 2012, then 11-year-old Worthington-Cox was the youngest ever winner of the Olivier Award for her role as Matilda in the production of the same name.
"Working on 'The Enfield Haunting' has been an amazing experience," she said.
"The role has been both challenging and rewarding. I've got to work with so many fantastic actors like Timothy, Matthew, Juliet and Rosie and I've worked with an amazing production team. I can't wait for it to be on Sky Living in the spring."
It's directed by Kristoffer Nyholm, who also helmed 'The Killing'.