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Author Topic: Enter the Devil/The Eerie Midnight Horror Show/L'ossessa (Mario Gariazzo, 1974)  (Read 3582 times)

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New blog post on Italian film review! Any fans here? Would love to see a legit DVD release of this, as I've only seen it on public domain Mill Creek form.

http://www.italianfilmreview.com/2012/12/enter-devil-lossessa-1974.html
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Yes, I too would love a decent release.
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The Mill Creek is probably from the Continental Video tape.  There are PD DVDs from Sinema Diable/MVD and Alpha as well.  I seem to recall reading that the Canadian tape has the original export title THE OBSESSED and is widescreen.  I've got a French SECAM tape that is letterboxed and places the title sequence after the opening scene (which doesn't really seem like a teaser).

Some of the Marcello Giombini cues were reused in one or two Paul Naschy films including NIGHT OF THE WEREWOLF.

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Some of the Marcello Giombini cues were reused in one or two Paul Naschy films including NIGHT OF THE WEREWOLF.

Nice! I'm a big fan of Maestro Giombini; will have to check out that Naschy flick and compare the tunes!
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