Satanik (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Fans of 1960’s sci-fi and horror: ignore this DVD pressing of Satanik. It apparently came from a low-quality VHS tape. Many scenes are grainy, with scratchy audio. Worse yet, there are many scenes prematurely cut; the original VHS tape must have been a mess.
The movie plot itself deserves some mention. It is a moody, atmospheric
story of a hag who steals the rejuvenation (eternal youth and beauty)
secrets of a mad scientist. This deformed hag turned ravishing beauty is also psychotic and leaves a trail of dead in her wake.
Her only talent is striptease; hey, this movie is 1960’s schlock. When you’re in college and you didn’t score on Friday night, drive-in movies were a nice refuge.
Avoid this DVD, though. It is a low-quality repro of a film that deserves better treatment. I should say: the star, Magda Konopka, deserves better treatment.
About Satanik (2003)
Starring: Joe Atlanta, Nerio Bernardi, Armando Calvo, Pedro Fenollar, Mimma Ippoliti
Runtime: 90 minutes
Director: Piero Vivarelli