I tre volti della paura

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Italian horror master Mario Bava's spine-tingling 3-tale horror anthology. In the first tale, a woman steals a ring off of the finger of a corpse, only to be haunted by the angry spirit of the ring's owner. In the next tale, a woman is harassed by phone calls from the dead. Finally, Boris Karloff plays a vampire-like creature who feeds off the blood of its family. (forgalmazó hivatalos szövege)


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az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol I’ve never been a fan of anthology films, and it seems that this is not about to change. Black Sabbath consists of one average psycho-thriller, one quite good Hammer-like gothic horror (but I’m not a big fan of it) and one average ghost story. Nothing that would be a must-see. ()


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angol Ebert's idiot plot concept (no plot development at all would occur if the characters weren't acting like idiots) perfected to virtual perfection in all the tales. However, the last tale ("The Drop of Water") unexpectedly turns out to be a genuinely creepy affair, even with a touch of directorial invention (a dead woman's house covered with cats and dolls), which with the help of classic genre proprieties (lights going out, dripping water, a rocking chair, and one rather gruesome corpse) manages to evoke the most classic sense of dread, for which I'm grateful to Bava. Oh, and the self-depreciating last shot was also quite pleasing. ()


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