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Black Sabbath [1963]
The most gruesome day in the calendar!

Not since "Frankenstein" have you seen such horror! This trio of atmospheric horror tales start with: II Telefono (The Telephone). A woman terrorized in her apartment by phone calls from an escaped prisoner from her past. I Wurdulak - Vladimire d'Urfe (The Wurdulak) starring Boris Karloff who plays a Russian count in the early 1800's who stumbles upon a family in the countryside trying to destroy a particularly vicious line of vampires. And a 1900-era nurse who makes a fateful decision while preparing the corpse of one of her patients. La Goccia d'Acqua (The Drop of Water) an elderly medium who died during a seance.

A story that goes beyond the boundaries of the supernatural to the half-world of the living dead. Where a woman's soul inhabits a fly's body, where vengeance is only a voice, and vampires suck only the blood of those they love the dearest.

Evil Spirits [1990]
Scary, Disturbing, Frightening, Bloody Fun!

A dark comedy thriller that manages to skillfully blend humor and mystery into one incredible entertainment film from its thrilling beginning to the shocking climax! The superb all-star cast is a unique collection of characters who find themselves with one very special thing in common, they are all boarders of Mrs. Ella Purdy and totally dependent upon he gracious nature. The suspense mounts as, one by one, they fall sacrifice to ominous secrets enshrined within the walls of her foreboding house! Murder and mayhem prevail throughout the tense but often humorous situations encountered by the inhabitants as each victim draws nearer to his fate.

Cheezy Flicks Entertainment Presents Evil Spirits - Starring KAREN BLACK, ARTE JOHNSON, MICHAEL BERRYMAN, VIRGINA MAYO, MARTINE BESWICKE and BERT REMSEN Written by MIKEL ANGLE, Produced by SIDNEY NIEKERK AND Directed by GARY GRAVER

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Two different films, two different direction and all kinds of fun in a horror way... you really cannot go wrong with many of the Cheezy Flicks films. I have always enjoyed the strange and the bizarre and they are too, be one of the cool kids and see their library.
Jeremy [HWR:OLM]

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