Black Sunday

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Released 1960

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Director:
Mario Bava
Released:
1960
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Black Sunday is a 1960s, black and white horror flick directed by Mario Bava. This Italian story of vampires, Goth and gore begins in the 17th century with a burning of the beautiful, deceptive and satanic Princess Asa (Barbara Steele) and Javutich (Arturo Dominici), her brother. As a mask of Satan is staked onto her face, Asa places a curse on her family that promises death and destruction. Two centuries pass before she returns to deliver the reign of evil and terror she promised. Unleashed by a pair of unsuspecting, travelling doctors, Kruvajan (Andrea Checchi) and Gorobec (John Richardson), who discover her crypt, Asa invokes her other-worldly, vampirism upon her stunningly beautiful and innocent descendant, Princess Katia (Barbara Steele). With her, Asa brings the macabre, chilling and horrifying reality to the family who labeled her a witch and sent her to her death. Can Katia's innocence survive the evil personified in her revenge-filled ancestor with the help of the heroic, young and charming Dr. Gorobec in enough time to save the family and the day?moreless

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Thrillers, Classics, Supernatural, Horror Masters, Cult