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AKA Misterios de Ultratumba. By day, Dr. Mazali (Rafael Bertrand) runs an insane asylum. By night, he lashes out at the veil between this life and the next, desperate to contact his former partner, Dr. Harrison Aldeman (Jacinto Aldama), who was executed for a crime he did not commit. What follows is madness, tragedy, agonizing violence and the unrelenting horror of infinite damnation.
The Black Pit of Dr. M is a masterpiece of gothic filmmaking punctuated by shocking jolts and beautiful imagery that render it years ahead of its time. It is also a major accomplishment in chilling tone, unsettling atmosphere and wildly inventive storytelling.
CasaNegra is proud to present this much sought-after classic digitally remastered and uncut for the first time on DVD.
Special Features: Original Uncut Version
Completely Re-Mastered Picture & Sound from Newly Restored Vault Elements
Bilingual Menus in English & Spanish
Photo Essay: Mexican Monsters Invade the U.S.
Exclusive Black Pit of Dr. M Rock Video composed by 21st Century Art
Biography on Director Fernando Mendez By Film Historian David Wilt
Audio Commentary by IVTV founder Frank Coleman
Exclusive CasaNegra Loteria Game Card
Original Theatrical Trailer
Poster and Stills Gallery
Ok Spanish-language, Mexican-made late 50's horror film. A doctor in charge of an insane asylum tries to discover what lies beyond death. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Celia Trimboli
the Casa Negra DVD series of Mexican horror film classics was in existence for a lamentably short of time, but they offered many great titles that have never been available to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Anthony Sol
I first saw this atmospheric "madhouse" chiller on WGN Chicago Ch. 9 back in the mid-sixties.
It was dubbed into the typically mish-mash style given to cheap foreign films... Read more
If you have not seen "The Black Pit of Doctor M", you are in for a chilling treat. From 1958, this Spanish horror gem has all the atmosphere of something dark, something brooding,... Read morePublished on December 23, 2007 by Mark Chase
As I stated in my review for El Vampiro (The Vampire) & El Ataud del Vampiro (The Vampire's Coffin) - 2 Disc Special Edition, I'm a newcomer to these Mexican horror films of the... Read morePublished on March 31, 2007 by A. Gammill
"The Black Pit of Dr. M" is one of those titles that fairly screams drive-in cheapie, but I suppose the distributors felt that "Mysteries from the Beyond," a literal translation of... Read morePublished on March 20, 2007 by Andrew Mangravite
Great movie and it looks great. But the dvd is a dissapointment because , unlike the other discs in this series,
Casanegra has failed to provide the english sound track... Read more