Many of you may know Darrell Buxton, who writes the Pass the Marmalade site of British Horror. He hasn't updated his site in a white, even though he is still around and posting on British Horror Films.co.uk I have some suggestions, in case he ever updates.
Rise of Jengo (2010)
The Woman in Black
As for borderline, surely Carry On Up the Jungle has to be there, if Slave Girls is.
Where's Murder by Death, shot at Oakley Court?
Midnight Lace (a frightened lady pic with Doris Day in London)
Carry On at your convenience has a bungled kidnapping in a ghost train and grainy footage of spooks.
And Bedknobs and Broomsticks is borderline-british borderline-spookiness with ghostly knights fighting Nazis in Dorset.
I think it is One of our Dinosuars are missing that has a Yeti.
Aslo in the borderline are Dan Curtis' Dorian Grey and Franeksntein and jEKYLL AND hYDE. although the version of Turn of the screw was made in Britain with people like John 'CJ off Reggie Perrin' Barron, Megs Jenkins and James Laurenson, as was Dracula, Jekyll and Hyde was made in Canada, and Dorian Grey was done in Hollywood, as was Frankenstein. Nessa Howard had moved over in 1972, Nigel Davenport did a lot of stuff abroad like Moreau, and Shane Briant probably audtioned. People like Charles Adiman and Hedley Mattingly were all based in Hollywood.
Can anyone contatc him for me?