Tag Archives: Elke Sommer

Baron Blood (Mario Bava, 1972)

“Kino continues to bring the Bava with Baron Blood, a minor but amiable enough entry in the maestro’s canon, making its Blu-ray debut and looking better than ever.” Read my review of Mario Bava’s mid-range but enjoyable Baron Blood, out … Continue reading

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Bloodsuckers, Hatchet Murderers, and Lollipop-Smacking Devils: Three by Mario Bava

“Undisputed maestro of the macabre, Mario Bava put Italian horror cinema on the map in the late 1950s with I Vampiri, the first horror film to come out of Italy since the silent era. Gothic horror was in the air, … Continue reading

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