Three really good films. 5-point scale. Links to Netflix.
Kill, Baby, Kill (4): This 1966 Mario Bava gem is a creepy, semi-gothic ghost story, that proves Italians did horror as well as westerns. It made me an instant Fabienne Dali fan.
Black Sunday (4): Another excellent Bava film (1960), with the great Barbara Steele in a double role as a witch and her look-alike descendant. One of my favorite vintage horror films, with perhaps the most interesting commentary track I’ve ever watched.
Drag Me to Hell (4; unrated version): A new to DVD, supernatural scare-fest that made me jump a lot, even though it doesn’t break any new ground. It’s the scariest movie I’ve seen since The Strangers, and you’ll never look at goats the same way again.
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