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Satan's Wife

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Four beautiful young women surrender to the fiendishly charm of Lucifer himself. But their nights of unholy pleasure have a price: they can't have sex with other men, for the Lord of Darkness is a very jealous lover indeed. The otherworldly fruits of these bestial couplings go by the names of Almarisa and Daria. While the former starts to loathe herself as soon as she realizes who her father really is, the latter perversely learns how to enjoy her devilish skills to wreak havoc in the human world. To put an end to her hellish endeavours, a very unlikely exorcist is enlisted.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Lara Wendel, Marisa Mell
  • Directors: Peter Karp
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Anamorphic, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Mya Communication/Ryko
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002TLRGA0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,298 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Doctor LongGhost on February 16, 2010
Format: DVD
For those curious as to whether Satan's Wife exhibits Mya's customary substandard quality, I'm sad to report that it does. The image looks like it was pulled from an old bargain VHS tape recorded in the EP mode. As with many of Mya's releases, there are no extras at all (not even a trailer), and you get two audio options: Italian with no subtitles and dubbed English that is very poorly voiced. The best thing you can say about the picture quality is that the aspect ratio seems to be correct--frequently not the case with Mya DVDs.

The picture and sound quality are both bad, and the movie itself is not much better. I watched the English version, and I got the impression that that the lines were designed to fit the movement of the mouths rather than reflect what was written in the Italian script. The basic plot involves four women who had a one-night stand with Satan long ago, renounced their allegiance and now must pay the penalty, a penalty that comes in the form of one of the women's daughter, now a teenager and looking to avenge the insult to the Evil One. Admittedly, the actor playing the daughter is pretty creepy (and her bad dubbing actually makes her creepier), but her lines are so overblown and the situations she finds herself in are so convoluted, you can't take them seriously. In fact, the death of one character late in the movie is so illogical, you get the feeling that the actors were simply making it all up as they went along. The film also features a number of "special effects" (such as people disappearing and reappearing for no real reason) that will make you miss the high standards of 1960s TV shows like Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie.

Now take a look at the box cover and the tagline "The devil has never been hornier.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By 4-Legged Defender on September 2, 2010
Format: DVD
MYA must be an acronym for 'Mislead Your Audience' because, with very few exceptions, all of their releases are sourced from the WORST possible prints - they appear to be 3rd generation VHS copies, with rolling picture lines, glitches and blemishes galore, poor audio, no contrast, washed out or flaming 'hot' colors, you name it - if it's anything that makes your viewing experience painful, it's right there.

It appears to be a goal or hidden agenda of theirs - even when they re-release movies on the now-defunct NoShame label, whose audio and video were impeccable and had tons of extras, MYA finds a wretched copy of the film and releases it bare-bones - no featurettes, trailers, bios, filmographies, inserts, etc. AND they're charging Criterion release pricing for these atrocities!

Another despicable, deceptive practice of theirs is to re-title a film and use a different cover on the release, so you think you've stumbled onto a rarity to add to your collection, only to find out when you get home that it's something you already have; only your copy is far superior. And I've purchased more than one flick that's been edited, apparently with a chainsaw, to add insult to financial injury. One bummer after another...

So what do we, the poor slobs who keep them in business, do about the heinous crimes committed against us? I, for one, tire of lambasting them here on Amazon (read all the reviews I've written about their releases), so I'm calling on you to join me in BOYCOTTING MYA COMMUNICATION releases until that time comes when they begin respecting their core audience, the rabid fans of all things Eurocult, Gaillo, Eurosleaze, Crime Dramas and Eurohorror. Fight the future, my friends, and hit them where they've been nailing us - in the pocketbook.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Orson99 on January 3, 2011
Format: DVD
DO NOT BUY THIS! This is the very sought after, rare Italian Horror thriller cult classic featuring Lara Wendel, Anne Heywood and Marisa Mell. The problem is, the quality is equal to the garbage quality VHS DVD-R you probably already own. Why Mya DVD doesn't understand that the people who would buy this already own a poor quality copy and if they took the time to track down a good print and remastered it, they would sell 5 times as many copies. DVD labels like this confuse me. It show how they have no idea how there audience is.

NOTE TO MyA DVD.... listen, we already own poor quality copies of the movies you release... we want high quality copies. We do not need another poor quality copy of your films. You are not selling these to people who know nothing about the movies. Those people do not want your movies. The people who want your titles already know about them and want remastered and preferably restored copies. Releasing this garbage won't help you.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William Amazzini on December 12, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Here we have one of the most bizarre films of the occult which could have been a minor success if the storyline wasn't so muddled and slipshod. It has an outstanding group of actors: Anne Heywood, Valentina Cortese, Frank Finlay, Irene Papas, John Phillip Law, Ian Bannen and the stunning Marisa Mell; a funky music score by Stelvio Cipriani which borrows from the Goblin score for George Romero's 'DAWN OF THE DEAD' and wonderfully surreal cinematography from Guglielmo Mancori who did his fill of Spaghetti Westerns but the film just doesn't gell. The real flaw is the transfer. The reviewers are quite right, it looks like a second generation VHS bootleg which fluctuates from light to extreme dark making it difficult to appreciate some of the images. The film is directed by Pier Carpi who also wrote the book 'L'OMBRA NELL OMBRA'of which this version also bears the title. It should have been called 'SATAN'S DAUGHTER' because the character of Daria is the offspring between Satan and a human host sent to Earth to kill the pope. It's a shame, the film looks like it could be a decent, little time waster but in this condition, its hard to tell. The 3 stars are for some of the images and music. For Euro-completists only.
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