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Satan's Black Wedding
1975, regia di Nick Millard (come Phillip Miller)
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: I.M.R.I. Films Corporation - Distribuzione: I.M.R.I. Films Corporation, Intercontinental Film, E.I. Independent Cinema, Western World Video, World Video - Soggetto: Nick Millard (come Phillip Miller) - Sceneggiatura: Nick Millard (come Phillip Miller) - Fotografia: Paul Rogers - Musiche: Roger Stein - Formato: Color - Durata: 60'.
Cast: Greg Braddock, Ray Miles, Lisa Milano.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - allmovie.com - movies.nytimes.com - rottentomatoes.com - answers.com - bleedingskull.com - bumscorner.com - dvddrive-in.com - dvdinmypants.com - thevideovacuum.livejournal.com - vampyres-online.com: «Hollywood actor Mark Gray (Greg Braddock) travels to Monterey, California, to attend his sister's funeral. Though Nina Gray (Zarrah Whiting) slashed her own wrists and left a suicide note, both Mark and Police Lieutenant Scott believe there must be more to the story, since the corpse was thoroughly drained of blood and is missing the ring finger of its left hand. Mark learns from his Aunt Lillian that Nina was working on a book called "High Satanic Rites" about the horrific legends surrounding a nearby abandoned monastery: 150 years before, Satan himself appeared and corrupted the nuns and priests who worshipped there. Mark's ex-girlfriend, his sister's research assistant, Jean, tells him more about the bizarre behavior his sister exhibited while working on the manuscript and begins helping him put the pieces together: the Devil used to enjoy watching Mark and his sister playing near the church as children, and now wants to initiate both of them into the vampire's coven. What they don't know is that an evil 200-year-old priest already has turned Nina into a vampire, and that Satan himself has chosen Mark and his sister to be wed in unholy matrimony - The Black Wedding - to conceive a son for the Antichrist...».
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