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Black Sabbath


Boris Karloff, Susy Andersen, Mark Damon, Michèle Mercier View All


Mario Bava (Director), Mario Bava (Writer), Alberto Bevilacqua (Writer), Marcello Fondato (Screenplay) View All

Release: Aug. 17th, 1963
Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Three short tales of supernatural horror. In “The Telephone,” a woman is plagued by threatening phone calls. In "The Wurdalak,” a family is preyed upon by vampiric monsters. In “The Drop of Water,” a deceased medium wreaks havoc on the living.
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Sir Toose
Rob Zombie (a Black Sabbath fan) followed suit and used another classic horror film name (White Zombie) for his band name.


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