Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath is a 1963 Italian horror film directed by Mario Bava. Boris Karloff, in addition to appearing in the linking passages, has a role in "The Wurdalak" segment (based on a story by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy). The film comprises three horror stories, the others being "The Drop of Water" and "The Telephone."

A trio of atmospheric horror tales about: A woman terrorized in her apartment by phone calls from an escaped prisoner from her past; a Russian count in the early 1800s who stumbles upon a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sam N (ru) wrote: While Chan manages to delivers serviceable action and an acceptable performance, Johnny Knoxville delivers one of the worst performances ever. those hoping for Jackie meets Jackass prepare to be disappointed.

Kyle M (au) wrote: Another fairy tale like the "Shrek" movies that's mix-and-twist things up in all fairy tales into one, but way less enjoyable. (C+)

Antoinette P (es) wrote: Such a good...sweet movie! It shows at what lengths people in love will go to to stay true to their loves. I really liked how they interplayed the 40s with the present. It didn't seem weird at all(the placement)...but rather felt like it was inserted in the perfect positions. Great film! Watch it sometime on Hallmark or go get the DVD...but be probably won't be able to watch it w/out crying at some point.

Tony P (it) wrote: Not Sandler a best but 1 and a half stars is actually really good to me I laughed once okay... maybe twice. Alright your caught me 3 times but everyone has to laugh at a comedy and it was your mistake not actually going and paying your money to go see it I think 15 dollars is worth 3 laughs

Michael A (fr) wrote: I felt that this movie was rather nice. It has a good idea that is fun to watch. It doesn't deal with the usual tie travel paradoxes as much as other time travel films and focuses on the issues of the protagonist. Now, Richard Curtis did a film similar but I feel that this film took more advantage (i.e. in the Curtis film, to time travel, the protagonist would stand in a dark corner clenching fists and just appear in a different time. In this film, the protagonist literally leaps into a time stream and falls out at her chosen time). I like how the characters are fleshed out enough to feel realistic and the conclusion is very heartwarming. If you want a fun little anime to watch, check it out.

Jaime V (au) wrote: if Spike had not spread him self thin on this touching so many topics, it would have been close to perfect

Kel T (es) wrote: This is an excellent depiction of what it was like in those camps. This movie actually sends goosebumps down my spine and makes my hair stand up....a very touching film, horrific in nature and well done as a collection, creatively.

MF J (gb) wrote: an interesting new take on the old story of the invisible man. This time Netherland Director Paul Verhoeven directs a nervous, intense thriller about a man completely obsessed by the power he gains from his invisibility. An interesting retelling & a great cast make this film a solid entertainment.

James H (es) wrote: Psycho is a true masterpiece. One of the greatest horror films of all time that has inspired countless modern classics as well. As I watched this in the modern day, I knew most of what was going to happen and I was still on the edge of my seat. The acting is superb and the score (as well as being iconic) is petrifying. Even the closing line is legendary and the science behind the film. This is the film that is mostly associated with Hitchcock's and you can see why.

Henrysmovieguide C (fr) wrote: The third best X-Men movie. Magneto is really cool here, better than before. The characters, action, and plot are all good.