Black Sabbath

Directed by Mario Bava

Settle in for an afternoon of scary stories with back-to-back horror anthologies – always an entertaining way to experience fear on film. Mario Bava’s terrifying triptych from 1963 is one of the finest examples of the form, with three memorable tales, the director’s knockout style and the legendary Boris Karloff. Contemporary chiller The Telephone finds Bava venturing into giallo territory for the first time; The Wurdalak is full-blooded folk horror; and The Drop of Water is one of the most effective horror stories ever filmed – trust us, this one will stay with you!

92 minutes

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