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Black Sabbath 1963

  • Mario Bava
  • August 17, 1963
  • 92 mins
  • Italian
  • Horror
This is the night of the nightmare
Black Sabbath is a 1963 Italian horror film directed by Mario Bava. Boris Karloff, in addition to appearing in the linking passages, has a role in "The Wurdalak" segment (based on a story by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy). The film comprises three horror stories, the others being "The Drop of Water" and "The Telephone."


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Except from the scenarios, specially on "The Wurdalak", the first two tales haven't done much for me... very obvious, no help from the acting nor the dubbing... as for "The Drop of Water", it sure keeps up with the "best for last" saying.

I was hoping for the second one to be better (hey! Vampires!), but the last one surprised me enough to save the whole experience. I'll definitely check some other Mario Bava's out.

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Very charming horror anthology, presented by Boris Karloff. All shot in beatiful sets, this is a nice addition if you like classic horror. The hilarious ending is out of place and makes it very funny..

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