Baron Blood Blu Ray Plus DVD Special Edition

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(Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Dual Format Edition)

Rated : Suitable for 18 years and over
Language: : English
Director : Mario Bava
Media Format : PAL, CD+DVD
Run time : 1 hour and 28 minutes
Release date : 29 April 2013
Actors : Joseph Cotten, Elke Sommer, Massimo Girotti, Joseph Cotten, Elke Sommer
Subtitles: : English
Language : Italian (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Studio : Arrow Video


One of horror giant Mario Bava s biggest hits, Baron Blood returns to the all-stops-out Gothic atmosphere and the central theme of a witch s curse that fuelled his breakthrough film Black Sunday twelve years earlier.

This time, the curse was placed on Baron Otto von Kleist, Austria s legendarily murderous Baron Blood , whose corpse is inadvertently revived when an ancient incantation is read out as a joke by a descendant and his girlfriend. Naturally, the Baron decides to carry on where he originally left off, with the help of an entire vault of elaborate torture devices.

Joseph Cotten (Citizen Kane, The Third Man) has a whale of a time as the deceptively charming Baron, and is given sterling support from Elke Sommer (Lisa and the Devil), who is chased through fog-shrouded alleyways in one of Bava s most memorably atmospheric set-pieces.


High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of three versions of the film: Gli orrori del castello di Norimberga with Italian opening and closing titles and Baron Blood with English opening and closing titles and the European English export version audio, and for the first time on home video, the AIP version with alternate score by Les Baxter
Three audio versions: Optional Italian, European English and AIP English re-dub and re-score
English SDH subtitles and a new English subtitle translation of the Italian audio
Audio Commentary with Bava biographer and expert Tim Lucas
Introduction to Baron Blood by author and critic Alan Jones
Trailers for Baron Blood
Baron Blood Radio Spots
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
Collector s booklet featuring new writing on the film by Oliver James, illustrated with original archive stills and posters


One of Bava’s more gruesome films, with gallons of blood and sticky looking zombie effects aplenty –Twitch

Signals a welcome return to the gothic mode he pioneered in earlier masterworks like Black Sunday and Kill, Baby…Kill! –Slant Magazine