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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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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.
Sorry I'm not reviewing the film, as it's barely watchable due to all I've referenced above, but it's a stinker as well. Which is a real drag seeing as I love Marisa Mell, and her paired again with John Phillip Law ('Danger Diabolik') gave me high expectations, which were lowered by the time the opening credits rolled due to the wretched picture. Save your coin and search elsewhere for your enjoyment.
Divorce yourself from 'Satan's Wife'.