Mario Bava – Lisa And The Devil Blu Ray / DVD Special Edition
(Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Dual Format Edition)
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of both versions of the film: Lisa and the Devil and The House of Exorcism producer s cut
Optional English and Italian audio on Lisa and the Devil
English SDH subtitles on both features and a new English subtitle translation of the Italian Audio of Lisa and the Devil
Audio Commentary on Lisa and the Devil by Bava biographer and expert Tim Lucas
Audio Commentary on The House of Exorcism by producer Alfredo Leone and star Elke Sommer
Introductions to both films by author and critic Alan Jones
The Exorcism of Lisa Assistant Director Lamberto Bava, screenwriter Roberto Natale, Roy Bava and Bava biographer Alberto Pezzotta discuss the making of both versions of the film
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
Collector s booklet featuring new writing on the film by critic and author Stephen Thrower illustrated with original stills and archive posters
LAST ONE AVAILABLE
EVERY CORNER OF THE SOUL IS LOST TO THE ICY CLUTCH OF THE SUPERNATURAL!
From the father of Italian Horror Mario Bava (Black Sunday, The Whip and the Body) comes a tale of nightmarish surrealism and supernatural suspense.
Lisa (Elke Sommer) – an American tourist travelling in Spain – loses her tour party and seeks refuge in the tumbledown mansion of a blind countess after being guided there by the distinctly satanic butler of the house, Leandro (Telly Savalas Horror Express, Kojak). The Son of the Countess notices Lisa s striking resemblance to his dead lover and pursues her as a night of murder, strange eroticism and dark hallucinations begins.
Re-cut in the US to cash in on the popularity of William Friedkin s The Exorcist and released as The House of Exorcism (included in this special edition) the original Lisa & the Devil is Bava at his abstract and delirious best, delivering a 70s horror classic and a masterclass in cinema as feverish nightmare.