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Black Sabbath(I tre volti della paura)

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Italy, France, United States · 1963
1h 37m
Director Mario Bava
Starring Boris Karloff, Susy Andersen, Mark Damon, Michèle Mercier
Genre Horror

A call girl receives threatening phone calls from an unknown stalker. A family is made prey to blood-sucking monsters. A deceased medium wreaks havoc on a thieving nurse. Unforgettable scares abound in this eerie and atmospheric anthology film directed by the “Master of Italian Horror” himself.

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TV Guide Magazine by

Three solid and scary tales of terror from the undisputed master of Italian horror, Mario Bava.


USA Today by Mike Clark

Back when anthology TV shows such as The Twilight Zone and Thriller were in their heyday, the movies, too, entertained a spate of horror/supernatural multistory features that fans still regard with affection. Director Mario Bava, whose earlier single-story satanic yarn Black Sunday picked up a wide following, turned Sabbath into one of the best. [11 Aug 2000, 8E]


The Dissolve by Noel Murray

Even with Boris Karloff providing a lighthearted introduction and sign-off, Black Sabbath is fraught with fatalism.

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