Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Horror Deal of the Day: Lisa and The Devil / The House of Exorcism: Remastered Edition Blu Ray
Today's deal is a double feature Italian Horror Blu Ray set. If you order it from amazon here, you can save a few bucks on it. The synopsis is simple, and quoting from the official Grindhouse Store;
LISA AND THE DEVIL: While on vacation in Spain, an American tourist (Elke Sommer) is drawn into a terrifying world of mystery, madness and murder in this surreal spine chiller directed by Italian horror maestro Mario Bava. A blind countess (Alida Valli), her imbalanced son (Alessio Orano) and a creepy bald butler (Telly Savalas) who carries around a mannequin all come into play in this fantastically bizarre tale liberally spiced with gruesome, gothic deaths.
THE HOUSE OF EXORCISM: Lisa and The Devil was later re-edited and re-released as The House of Exorcism (1976, 91min), adding the horror of diabolical possession, following The Exorcist's phenomenal success. After seeing the devil (Telly Savalas) in an ancient Spanish fresco, comely tourist Lisa Reiner (Elke Sommer) meets him in the flesh. Satan soon takes over her soul and drives her into the hospital, where American priest Father Michael (Robert Alda) does his best to exorcise the demon.
Now that sounds like something you'd be interested in, right? Right? Order it and help me pay for the rent or something.
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Posted by Sir Jorge
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