Black Sabbath: Standard Edition Remastered
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Due to some sort of contractual differences with AIP, this is all that is currently available to the public.
There are also a number of different inserts as Karloff's narration was altered to make it seem more like his old THRILLER anthology series which was then at its height. The Italian segments are longer, more colorful visually, and more humorous in nature. The original ending to the Italian version involving Karloff riding a fake horse inside a movie studio is cut entirely. In addition to rearranging the order of the stories, the AIP version makes a number of vocal alterations to THE TELEPHONE changing it from a giallo type story to a supernatural one and disguising some lesbian overtones.
The plot summaries are as follows. In A DROP OF WATER a nurse steals a dead medium's ring only to have her reanimated corpse come back for it. THE TELEPHONE has a woman tormented by the ghost of her former lover through phone calls until he comes-a-calling. Finally THE WURDALAK (the longest segment) features Boris Karloff and Mark Damon in a period tale of a family stalked by its patriarch who has become a vampire.Read more ›
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received movie in Spanish language attempted to switch language to English did not work. waste of my moneyPublished 1 month ago by Ava
In an attempt to clarify details for all potential buyers, this KINO LORBER BLU-RAY edition of BLACK SABBATH is indeed in ENGLISH. Read morePublished 2 months ago by 4-Legged Defender
I didn't realize I needed to read a review before I purchased a movie I had already seen, but I wish I had because, as others have said THE ENTIRE PRODUCTION IS IN ITALIAN! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tasha Baker
Nowhere does the disc mention that it's not in English. Won't be buying from this company again.Published 2 months ago by Ron M.
I've always loved the movie from the first time I saw it at the show back in the sixties. A drop of water and the Wurdulak are still very creepy. The Telephone, not so much. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dan Knedel
Good picture with a little grain here and there. Much better than not having it on a good DVD.Published 2 months ago by Dawn
One of the great examples of direction in a movie in the history of cinema. The AIP version is the English version (just a little heads up).Published 3 months ago by ZeppelinCow
Mario Bava’s horror anthology boasts beautiful colors and set design, but loses some points in the story department. (I’m reviewing the US edit. Read morePublished 5 months ago by David Bonesteel
One of the best horro films I have ever seen. Actually scary as insidious, purge, sinister etc. (some highlights of apparent modern "scary" movies that did the opposite of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jasper Deckens