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Black Magic Rites

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Black Magic Rites (1973)
de Renato Polselli

Powerhouse Films - 28 août 2023 

Titre Original : Riti, magie nere e segrete orge nel Trecento... / The Reincarnation of Isabel
: Italian, English
Sous-titres : English SDH
Durée : 1h38
Format : Blu-ray Limited Edition / import UK
Zone : B
Genre : Horreur

Delirium director Renato Polselli delivers yet another delectable slice of cinematic sleaze with this sadomasochistic shocker set in a gothic castle, and culminating with the sacrifice of seven naked virgins during a bloody satanic orgy. Lurid depictions of whippings, torture, and beatings abound in a truly diabolical tale of inhuman cruelty starring Euro sleaze-queen Rita Calderoni and prolific actor/bodybuilder Mickey Hargitay.

Contenu et Bonus
  • Brand-new 4K restoration from the original negative by Powerhouse Films
  • Original Italian mono soundtrack
  • Audio commentary with critics and authors David Flint and Kim Newman (2023)
  • The Seventh Art According to Ralf Brown (2023): far-reaching documentary on the first half of Renato Polselli’s career featuring an archival interviews with the filmmaker and his actor-collaborator Mickey Hargitay, as well as new contributions from director and programmer Luca Rea
  • Gianfranco Reverberi on ‘Black Magic Rites’ (2023): the composer revisits his haunting score
  • Lovely Jon on Gianfranco Reverberi (2023): the DJ and soundtrack enthusiast deconstructs the film’s delirious compositions
  • Stephen Thrower on ‘Black Magic Rites’ (2023): the author and musician analyses Polselli’s nightmarish cult classic
  • Alternative The Reincarnation of Isabel title sequence
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Image gallery: promotional and publicity materials
  • New and improved English translation subtitles
  • Limited edition exclusive 80-page book with a new essay by Miranda Corcoran, a career-spanning archival interview with director Renato Polselli by Jay Slater, an archival autobiographical piece by Polselli, a look at the career of actor Mickey Hargitay, an overview of contemporary critical responses, and full film credits