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Black Sunday 1960

Black Sunday ★★★ La Mascheradel Demonio; The Demon's Mask; House of Fright; Revenge of the Vampire; Mask of Satan 1960

In 1630, witch Asa (Steele) who also happens to be a vampire, is executed along with her lover Juvato (Dominici) by her own brother. Two hundred years later, they are accidentally resurrected and in revenge, Asa goes after her descendents, including her look-alike, Katia. A must see for horror fans; firsts for Steele as star and Bava as director. 83m/B VHS, DVD . IT Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Ivo Garrani, Andrea Checchi, Arturo Dominici, Antonio Pierfederici, Tino Bianchi, Clara Bindi, Enrico Olivieri, Germana Dominici; D: Mario Bava; W: Mario Bava, Ennio de Concini, Mario Serandrei; C: Mario Bava, Ubaldo Terzano; M: Les Baxter.

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