The Night Of The Devils

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Matthew

This is a very obscure film and deservedly so. It is marred by Giorgio Ferroni's indifferent direction and Giorgio Gaslini's corny film score. The movie does not compare favorably with the pervious adaptation of the same source material--The Wurdalak--which was adapted by Mario Bava for the ...Read more

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