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Black Sunday
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Black Sunday 1960

In Mario Bava's black-and-white gothic horror masterpiece steeped in rich atmosphere, condemned witch Princess Asa (Barbara Steele) returns from the dead two centuries after her execution and wreaks vengeance on her killers' family. Possessing the body of a descendant who happens to look just like her, Asa pulls out all the stops to exact her revenge. This is Bava's credited directorial debut, and it catapulted Steele and him to stardom.

Running Time:87 minutes
Directed By:
Mario BavaMario Bava
Written By:
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Mario BavaMario Bava
No image existsMarcello Coscia
No image existsMario Serandrei
No image existsBarbara Steele
No image existsJohn Richardson
No image existsAndrea Checchi
No image existsIvo Garrani
No image existsArturo Dominici

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Black Sunday Movie Review by BillyBob (9/22/2013)

No matter what day of the week that this film's story was scheduled on (be it Sunday, Tuesday, or Thursday), I found it, at best, to be one of the most mediocre and over-rated Horror films that I've seen in a mighty long time.

Believe me, aside from a couple of "ok" make-up effects and oodles of eerie, 19th Century,...

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Black Sunday Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/11/2010)

While this was not the first of Barbara Steele's films, it is the one that made her, thanks to the work of Mario Bava.

This was Bava's first feature film. He has done some shorts and documentaries, and has finished some films others started, but this was his from start to finish.

His career as a cinematographer served...

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