Crooked House is a 2008 supernatural drama mini-series which aired on BBC Four in December 2008.
The three-part series was broadcast on consecutive nights from 22 to 24 December 2008. It was written and co-produced by actor and writer Mark Gatiss. The three linked episodes form a portmanteau story, influenced by the writings of M. R. James and Amicus horror movies, and a Māori death-mask belonging to Gatiss. They concern the ghostly secrets of fictional Geap Manor, a recently demolished Tudor mansion.
Production Company: BBC Four
Year of Publication: 2008