Cult Fiction: Kidnapped 2008 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
For Master Of The Macabre Mario Bava (BLACK SUNDAY), it was to be the most startling film of his entire career: After a botched payroll heist, a trio of
vicious criminals take hostages in a desperate getaway that explodes with cruelty, degradation and shocking violence. But when the film s financier was killed during the last stages of production, his entire estate including the sole unfinished work print of RABID DOGS was seized and impounded by an Italian court. Mario Bava s final masterpiece and one of the most intense EuroCrime thrillers of all time would remain locked away for nearly 23 years. Anchor Bay s presentation of RABID DOGS includes both Bava s original film now with a newly created opening credit sequence as well the version known as KIDNAPPED featuring footage shot by producer Alfredo Leone and Mario s son and longtime assistant Lamberto Bava.
About Cult Fiction: Kidnapped (2008)
Starring: George Eastman, Pino Manzari, Francesco Ferrini, Luigi Antonio Guerra, Maria Fabbri,
Runtime: 127 minutes
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