- Audio Commentary with Director Michael Armstrong
- Fear and Loathing in Austria - Interview with Star Udo Kier
- The Devil's Torturer - Interview with Star Howard Fux
- Burn Gaby Burn! - Interview with Star Gaby Fuchs
- The Devil's Assaulted - Interview with Star Ingeborg Shoner
- Theatrical Trailer
- Radio Spots
- Poster & Still Galleries
Mark of the Devil
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This is the one that historians and gorehounds alike still speak of with shock and awe, the movie so extreme that audiences were given free barf bags! Herbert Lom (THE DEAD ZONE), Udo Keir (BLADE), Herbert Fux (EUGENIE) and the ultra-creepy Reggie Nalder (SALEMS LOT) star in this infamous epic of fanatical 18th Century witchfinders who rape, torture, dismember and burn thousands of nubile young women falsely accused of fornicating with Satan. Can you stomach the agonizing torment of the damned? Behold the gut-wrenching horror of MARK OF THE DEVIL!
"Explicit And Graphically Sadistic" --All Movie Guide
"LURID & GORY! Frenetically Illustrates The Viciousness Of Religious And Sexually Driven Bigotry" --New York Daily News
"Sickening, Ghastly & Revolting" --Creature Features Movie Guide
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Top customer reviews
The castle was authentic, and the props were mostly authentic as well. The extras, interviews with the actors, was quite revealing. They verified the antiquity of many of the props and the location.
Who ever thought that a common Gore flick with a shallow plot would cross genre with the Bible and Christianity?
I first saw this movie at the cinema back in 1970. It was cutting edge for the times. I remember barf bags being handed out at the popcorn counter for free. During the late sixties and earlier seventies violence and gore was in its infancy, in the cinema, at this level .This daring experiment is what gives it it's mystic that has been carried over to this day of modern FX. This movie rapidly became a "cult" icon. If you, like me, are a connoisseur then you will want to add this movie to your library as I have. I would like to see some producer out there dare to attempt to do a remake with modern technology. As one the Beatles once quipped on his 1ST solo LP "That would be something". Having been based on a time that was a turning point in mans grasp of religious zeal and fear of the bureaucratic hierarchy that the Church had on its people at that time makes it quite unique. Society itself was on the fringe and the outcome was inevitable. The message this movie makes cuts deep into the senses as we look through history to modern times and expose mans desire to rule by attrition. Think not of this movie as a B HORROR MOVIE but as a historical stamp on the tyranny that infected 18th century society. This is a solid 4 star movie and a triumph for European cinema.
Kudos; to M. Armstrong and U. Kier
As for the DVD the quality of the movie was fine and the packaging was fine, much like you would get a new DVD from a local retail store, this was not an illegal copy.