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The Church was co-written and produced by maestro Dario Argento (Suspiria) and sealed the reputation of director Michele Soavi (Stagefright, Cemetery Man) as the new master of Italian horror. Originally known as Demons 3, this visually stunning shocker co-stars Tomas Arana (Gladiator) and Asia Argento, features a remarkable score by Goblin and Keith Emerson, and is now presented uncut, uncensored and fully restored from original vault materials.
The Church wasn't a bad movie, but the problem is nothing really happens.
The style of this film, worked by director Michele Soavi, has the same level of atmospheric moodiness that made movies like "The Beyond" and "Suspiria" classics.
And God only knows why little Asia wore a whicker basket over her head in the opening prologue.
If you like your horror goth and moody this is for you. It's not too gory (despite being an Italian production), rather the film uses religious imagery of demons and hellfire to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by AJ
This is amazing terrifying and an excellently made horror movie. It begins in with a horrific event that took place approximately in the 1500's with a bunch of soldiers lead by a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Raven
If you love Italian horror, music, special effects, this one is pretty good.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a pretty crazy film with demonic possession and frantic people losing their minds trying to rid a synagogue of evil spirits to little avail. Recommended.Published 8 months ago by Jason A.
I waited forever it seems like for this to come out on DVD, but it was worth the wait. Another Italian horror movie that has great special effects and lots of gore. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Larry G. Boyle
Steadily unwrapping the film from it's package, the urge to submerge myself into an Italian GORE FEST. The bad reviews on "The Church" make no sense. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Larry David