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Satanik (1969)

Cast: Mimma Ippoliti, Mimma Ippoliti, Umberto Raho, more...
Director: Piero Vivarelli, Piero Vivarelli
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Retromedia Entertainment
Genre: Foreign, Horror, Spain, Italian Horror
Running Time: 85 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
Whatever happened to Satanik? Back in the 1970s, this Spanish-Italian horror harvest seemed to be on TV every other week. In case you need reminding, the plot concerns a youth potion that transforms an old crone into a ravishing beauty. Unfortunately, her new-found gorgeousness forces the heroine to form a pact with the Devil. Magda Konopka stars in this mish-mash of cliches and gruesome special effects. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Good, cheesy, superfab 60's fun by pstaylor75 September 14, 2004 - 1:04 PM PDT
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1 out of 6 members found this review helpful
First of all, this is not a good movie. However, it's so bad, it's good again. I found this incredibly enjoyable, if only for the awesome sixties fashions, the cheesy music, and the direction that was so bad it made Ed Wood look like Speilberg. Not infrequently does that camera fail to get the subjects in the frame. I'm pretty sure every second of film shot was used. Also, i'm pretty sure the Satanik comic was about a dude in a skeleton costume, although I could be wrong. In short, worth it for fans of so-bad-they're-good films.
It gets bonus points for the fact that the woman on the DVD disc has nothing to do with the film, and is in fact the girlfriend of the guy who owns the company that put the disc out. Now that is low budget!




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