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Matthew

This is a wonderfully realized horror film that is a great deal of fun to watch. It is one of Mario Bava's best creations and filled with frightening and memorable images.

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Vince

I saw this when I was way too young in the 60s and it scared me like no other film before (THE WURDALAK story especially, which, incidentally, is probably one of the first instances of a commercial Horror Film in which Evil actually wins ! (something which was quite unheard of in the USA ...Read more

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