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The Mario Bava Collection: Volume Two (Lisa and the Devil / House of Exorcism / Bay of Blood / Baron Blood / Kidnapped / Rabid Dogs / Roy Colt and Winchester Jack / 5 Dolls for an August Moon / Four Times that Night) (1972)

Claudine Auger , Luigi Pistilli , Mario Bava  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Claudine Auger, Luigi Pistilli, Claudio Camaso, Anna Maria Rosati, Chris Avram
  • Directors: Mario Bava
  • Writers: Mario Bava, Carl Ross, Dardano Sacchetti, Filippo Ottoni, Franco Barberi
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: October 23, 2007
  • Run Time: 718 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UVV23S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,962 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Though he would be forever hailed as The King Of Italian Horror, director Mario Bava brought his stunning visual style to virtually every genre of international cinema. In these seven movies from the latter half of his legendary career, Il Maestro turned his extraordinary eye to extreme gothic terror, mod murder mystery, spaghetti western satire, a sex comedy inspired by Rashomon, the gore shocker that single-handedly created the `body-count' craze, and two distinctly different versions of his surreal macabre classic. Each disc has been transferred from original European vault elements to complete the definitive celebration of one of the most influential filmmakers of all time. Includes Baron Blood, Four Times That Night, Lisa & The Devil, 5 Dolls For An August Moon, Roy Colt & Winchester, Kidnapped, Bay Of Blood and House Of Exorcism.

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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bava, take two August 18, 2007
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Mario Bava was one of the most underrated filmmakers of the 20th century. So it's appropriate that the first volume of the "Mario Bava Collection" (or "Bava Box") was one of the best releases of the last year, and reintroduced us to classics of Bava's that had fallen out of view. The second volume just continues that tradition, with big chunks of classic, stylish horror.

"Baron Blood" begins the collection -- Baron Otto Van Kleist was a savage, depraved guy who liked to torture people for fun (think Vlad Tepes), until a witch's curse put him out of commission. Centuries later, his descendent Peter (Antonio Cantafora) returns to his family's gothic castle, and decides that he and visiting student Eva (Elke Sommer) will recite the incantation that will return "Baron Blood" to the world. Of course, he actually DOES return, and soon Peter, Eva and Peter's uncle are forced to battle his psychotic, deformed ancestor.

"Lisa and the Devil" is more or less what it sounds like, with our heroine Lisa (Elke Sommer) a tourist going through Italy. She encounters some freaky folklore involving a local painting of the Devil and the Dead -- and a man (Telly Savalas) who eerily resembles the painted Satan. When her travel group is invited by the man to stay at a spooky villa, Lisa becomes ensnared in a maze of nightmares and death.

Then we get something that ISN'T gothic horror -- "Roy Colt and Winchester Jack," a comedy-western. Failed outlaw Roy Colt (Brett Halsey) has decided to become a law-abiding sheriff -- until he learns of a treasure map to buried gold. Of course, he scurries after it -- but to get his hands on it, he'll have to beat out an Indian prostitute, a dynamiting Russian Reverand, and his old partner Winchester Jack (Charles Southwood).
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4.0 out of 5 stars More from the Maestro October 28, 2007
Having just picked this up, I thought I'd chime in with this second box set from Anchor Bay. While the comparison will seem strange, Like Orson Welles, and this is speaking from public perception, Mario Bava's debut film, 'Black Sunday', was so impressive that many of his subsequent releases were dismissed as sub par or viewed as schlock. Of course, many of these critics overlooked the consistent artistry that could be found throughout Bava's filmography.

While Volume 1 focused on a number of his most iconic and famous films from the early to mid sixties, Volume 2 focus' on his late 60s til mid 70s output, to good effect I might add. His film, 'Four Times That Night' (1968), is a sex comedy with a Rashomon flavored theme. A mild mannered man, and a seemingly virtuous woman have a date, which leads to the kind of mishap that triggers three wildly different perspectives, from the man, woman and a spectator. It's very much a film of the late sixties, fun, good film, but not great. A fair share of nudity and sexual content, which makes it not accessible for minors, fair warning.

'5 Dolls For an August Moon' (1970) features several impressive visual sequences and succeeds due to some great art direction. A young scientist with an industrial formula to sell, has invited a group of rich industrialist to a small island, along with their wives or lovers. Everyone has a range of motives when the guests and scientist start to be killed off. This even has elements of a spy thriller, via 'Diabolik' at certain moments. Apparently this film has divided critics of Bava. It's a pretty good attempt at a non occult thriller.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bay of Blood Lived Up to Its Reputation November 3, 2007
I recently bought Bava Box Set, Vol. 2 and "Bay of Blood" was the first movie I watched because I had heard that it launched the slasher genre. It definely lived up to its reputation and made this collection worth buying. I was apprehensive about watching it after reading numerous complaints about the audio quality on the Image release, but I heard every word plainly! The plot was more complex than I had imagined. I had to watch it carefully to understand who was killing who and why. It contained numerous shocks and twists. It was definitely a cross between an Italian giallo and a slasher movie.
I watched many scenes that were indeed duplicated throughout the slasher frenzy of the late seventies and early eighties, especially in the Friday 13th movies. Bay of Blood is a prime example of Mario Bava's influence on other directors.
The bizarre ending was similar to the one in Mario Bava's "Rabid Dogs," another controversial, provocative thriller with a high body count.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Nice Change Of Pace For Bava April 15, 2001
For those who enjoy Mario Bava's horror films, this movie will come as a surprise. It shows a side of Bava not normally associated with him. This is a wonderful, thought-provoking film that works as a light hearted comedy and as a character study of human sexuality (which was daring for 1968).
John and Tina meet while Tina is walking her dog. They go out on a date which turns into a disaster when Tina reurns home with a ripped up dress and John with scratched on the forehead. What follows are three different perspectives from John, Tina, and John's doorman who spied on them, on what actually happened, followed by a fourth perspective by a psychiatrist on what could have happened (it's up to the viewer to make up their minds).
This subtitled DVD comes with Mario Bava's biography and filmography, good liner notes from Tim Lucas, and a photo and poster gallery.
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Was bored, so I didn't watch very much of this one
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4.0 out of 5 stars Part two of your Giallo education
Great Italian Horror movies, some of them starring Barbara Steele. Not always scary, but definitely creepy, weird, and occasionally shocking.
Published 6 months ago by Chihiro
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Published 6 months ago by William Morrill
1.0 out of 5 stars DONT WASTE YOUR TIME!
Sorry excuse for a movie! Horrible acting! All together STUPID! I would give it a MINUS FIVE STARS if it were possible!!
Published 7 months ago by Monica
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Published 8 months ago by jorge eduardo moreno
1.0 out of 5 stars Think About Skipping It.
Nothing much good about it. Silly, no redeeming value. Cheep, Italian movie from the "70s or so. An episode happens and it is told 3 more times. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Eugene G. Wood
1.0 out of 5 stars boring
Boring and I don't like subtitles. That's all I have for an answer so why have a word requirement. Don't ask.
Published 9 months ago by Dean A. Scalise, EnCon Services
2.0 out of 5 stars Lame movie
This movie started out kind of interesting but as it progressed and the storyline was revealed it failed to keep my interest. Unfulfilled potential.
Published 10 months ago by Derrick
2.0 out of 5 stars old film
it was a slow paced I expected something more humious and I wanted it in english. This was a slow paced not well written.
Published 10 months ago by Ricardo Romero
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