Can anyone help with the name of this movie?

Back in the late 90’s or early 2000’s, I remember seeing either a film or a tv series where the only thing I can really recall is a young blonde woman with long hair turning around and screaming.

The next thing I saw what that she was pushed into what I think was a coat hanger hook on the back of a door.

Or it was implied that that’s what was going to happen and you saw her hooked on the door in the next scene.

I will also mention that where she was it was dark/nighttime, and I have a strong feeling that it was British, though it could have been American or Canadian.

I’m sorry I don’t have more information, and I certainly can’t name any actors or actresses either but I’m hoping someone will recognise it.

Also the film or tv series could have been older than the 90’s or 2000’s.

It could have come out in the 70’s or 80’s and was shown again in the 90’s/2000’s.

Update: I’m sure it was her head that went through the hook, or it could have been something sharp on the back of the door or some type of ornament on the wall.

6 thoughts on “Can anyone help with the name of this movie?

  1. i was gonna never said if she was dead or it was like a comedy type thing, but if gabreil got your movie for you, then ignore this question/post

    1. When the woman turned around screaming, I recall her being pushed agains a door and her head going into a coat hook, or hook or some sort.

      It also could have been an animal head with a horn or something. This was a long time ago so things could be a little misremembered.

      1. holy that i came here and reread this, i think on my adventure of watching a movie a day or whatever, i think i just saw this scene/movie as of late, but i watched alot of movies 🙁 can you recall if the killer wore like a mask baby face mask of some sort?

    2. If it helps, I’m sure the door was leading to an attic or third floor. She was stood near or at the top of the stairs.

      Sorry I forgot to mention that I don’t think it was meant to be a comedy, but who knows.

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