Agatha Christie's 'A Haunting in Venice' has been adapted into a film, following 'Death on the Nile'.
The story is set in 1947, with Kenneth Branagh reprising his role as Hercule Poirot, now retired in Venice.
Renowned psychic Joyce Reynolds (Michelle Yeoh) is called to communicate with the late daughter of the palazzo's owner, Rowena Drake (Kelly Reilly).
Review suggests the film is better than previous installments in the franchise, with interesting changes to the source material, but lacks substantial horror elements.
Branagh's performance and the atmospheric settings of Venice are positives, yet the overall plot is viewed as a disappointment.