Black Sunday (aka The Mask of Satan) (1999) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
From the Mario Bava Collection comes his most frightening masterpiece, a tribute to the classic horror of Universal Pictures. In 17th Century Moldavia, the evil Princess Asa is condemned to death for witchcraft and vampirism, along with her brother, Prince Igor Javutich. Two hundred years later, two doctors en route to a medical convention discover her crypt and accidentally set her resurrection in motion! With the help of Javutich and others whom she enthralls with her cold, dead kiss, Asa sets her sights on her ultimate victim—Princess Katia, her own twin descendant. Filmed in gorgeous black & white by the director himself, “Black Sunday” is a stylish and relentlessly visual film of undiluted violence starring cult film star Barbara Steele (Shivers, 8 1/2). The uncut European version—first time on video in the United States!
About Black Sunday (aka The Mask of Satan) (1999)
Starring: Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Andrea Checchi, Ivo Garrani, Arturo Dominici
Runtime: 83 minutes
Director: Mario Bava