Black Sunday / Black Sabbath Movie Poster
  • Released
  • April 2, 2015
  • 2 hr 59 min
  • 1 Fan Ratings

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Synopsis

Co-presented with the LA Opera and the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles: Uncut European Version! BLACK SUNDAY (LA MASCHERA DEL DEMONIO), 1960, 87 min. Mario Bava’s first full film as a director stars Barbara Steele in a double role as a deathless witch and her own virginal descendant. With John Richardson and Ivo Garrani. “Still the number one film of the Italian Horror renaissance, startlingly original and genuinely creepy.” - Glenn Erickson, DVD Savant. English dubbed print. Uncut European Version! BLACK SABBATH (TRE VOLTI DELLA PAURA), 1963, 92 min. Reportedly Bava’s favorite of his films: three minimalist tales of terror, topped by “The Wurdelak,” with Boris Karloff as a ravenous Russian vampire. The film from which the famed British heavy metal band took their name! In Italian with English subtitles. Introduction by composer Patrick Morganelli. All ticket buyers will have a chance to win a pair of passes to the LA Opera production of HERCULES VS. VAMPIRES.

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