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Mark of the Devil [DVD] [1970] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Mark of the Devil [DVD] [1970] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Offered by RAREWAVES USA
Price: £8.40

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rated 'V' for Violence, 23 July 2013
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This was one of those late 60s/early 70s euro-horror flicks that resembled the likes of Blood on Satan's Claw and Witchfinder General. It appears to be the one that every cult movie fanatic is drawn to, mostly due to the commotion and general hype caused by both the promotion of the film (handing out barf bags at the cinema, using other traits like the 'v' for violence gimmick - listed as the films classification on the original poster)and the lurid acts of violence/mutilation depicted. It is by no means 'the most horrifying film ever made' as the advertisement suggests but the scenes of violence are pulled off reasonably well - there is a fair bit of gore if that's what the viewer is searching for. Having said this, they may wish to brace themselves as the film mostly consists of the story, the characters and the style - it is a historic piece with some impressive production values as far as costume and location are concerned. This is odd for exploitation cinema but not entirely uncommon - some movies are invested in more than others and thats just the way it works. I did enjoy this one, go on...at least give it a watch (Blue Underground DVD - Highly Recommended).


BlaculaScream Blacula Scream [DVD]
BlaculaScream Blacula Scream [DVD]
Dvd ~ Don Mitchell
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Price: £7.57

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4.0 out of 5 stars Epic Blaxploitation/Vampire Schlock!, 10 Nov. 2010
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I must admit I was indeed very impressed with Blacula (1972) and the follow-up/sequel Scream Blacula Scream (1973) which wasn't not far behind its predecessor. Would strongly recommend this to lovers of horror/cult and fun schlocky movies due to the campiness suggested by the whole idea of 'Mama Walda', voodoo, vampires, and other occult goings on. These films also boast some pretty good stunts and fight sequences, particularly the first one. Once again note that the acting in these two pictures is by far superior to that of the likes of Dolemite, Sweet Sweetback's Badasssss Song etc. So overall I would say pretty fun and a great film to have a beverage or a smoke to etc. (If you catch my drift, maaaaaaann!)


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