The Devil Rides Out (1968)
Guardians of the Abyss is an unofficial TV remake of Hammer's earlier film The Devil Rides Out, only the character names and a few plot details have been altered. Rosalyn Landor made her screen debut in The Devil Rides Out and plays the female lead in Guardians of the Abyss.
Forbidden Territory is an adaption of the first novel in Dennis Wheatley's Duke de Richleau series. The Devil Rides Out is an adaptation of the second novel.
You fool, you damn fool
"The Devil's Bride" is visible on a marquee.
As Gwen and Gideon approach the abbey in her car, a mist of children robed in white singing a ritualistic chant and a headless white rider rearing up on his horse, evoke the phantoms sent to strike fear into the hearts of the characters gathered in the pentacle in the Hammer film.
Mentions this movie.
The scene where the protagonists must stay within a protective chalk circle to shield themselves against the villain's witchcraft. In both stories, the villain eventually conjures a demon to try and break through the enchantment.
Mentioned in relation to 1960s / Hammer horror.
The Duke de Richelieu protects the other protagonists within a Magic Circle. This Circle is reproduced in Hello Culture.
Mentioned by Stephen
David Miller mentions this film
Naboo uses the Girl in his boutique as a conduit, like Mocata uses Tanith as a conduit when she steals Rex's car.
making of documentary
documentary about the story's author, Dennis Wheatley
discusses the restoration and new effects for the 2012 remaster
Poster is shown.
It's being watched on television in the Malloy house.
Clips from film shown
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
A clip is shown
Nicholas, Duc de Richleau is #6.
The Devil Rides Out is #3.