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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: BLU-RAY
  • SKU: MVD7119BR
  • UPC: 760137711995
  • Street Date: 03/17/15
  • PreBook Date: 02/10/15
  • Label: Arrow Video »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 108 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1970
  • Director: Michael Armstrong
  • Actors: Herbert Lom, Udo Kier, Olivera Katarina
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: USA ONLY
  • Language: English

 

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Mark Of The Devil Blu-Ray/DVD

Once proclaimed as "positively the most horrifying film ever made"

Mark Of The Devil Blu-Ray/DVD
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Once proclaimed as "positively the most horrifying film ever made", Mark of the Devil arrives in a director-approved edition featuring a new restoration of the feature. A bloody and brutal critique of religious corruption, Mark of the Devil sees horror icon Udo Kier (Flesh for Frankenstein, Suspiria) play a witchfinder's apprentice whose faith in his master (Herbert Lom) becomes severely tested when they settle in an Austrian village. Presided over by the sadistic Albino (a memorably nasty turn from Reggie Nalder), the film presents its morality not so much in shades of grey as shades of black. Written and directed by Michael Armstrong, who would later pen Eskimo Nell, The Black Panther and House of the Long Shadows, this classic shocker has lost none of its power over the years.

Media

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Watch Shawn C. Phillips review »

Bonus Materials

  • High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of the feature, transferred from original film elements
  • Optional English and German audio
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Newly translated English subtitles for the German audio
  • Audio commentary by Michael Armstrong, moderated by Calum Waddell
  • Mark of the Times - exclusive feature-length documentary from High Rising Productions on the emergence of the 'new wave' of British horror directors that surfaced during the sixties and seventies
  • Hallmark of the Devil - author and critic Michael Gingold looks back at Hallmark Releasing, the controversial and confrontational distributor that introduced Mark of the Devil to American cinemas
  • Interviews with composer Michael Holm and actors Udo Kier, Herbert Fux, Gaby Fuchs, Ingeborg Schoner and Herbert Lom
  • Mark of the Devil: Now and Then - a look at the film's locations and how they appear today
  • Outtakes
  • Gallery
  • Reversible Sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys
  • Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Adrian Smith and Anthony Nield, plus an interview with Reggie Nalder by David Del Valle, all illustrated with original stills and artwork

Sales Points

  • Score by popular German singer songwriter Michael Holm
  • Two versions of the film
  • First time on Blu-ray in North America
  • Brand new special features
  • 2-disc Blu-ray-DVD set
  • Brand new restoration and director-approved

Press Quotes

...A terrific movie, and there's never going to be a better edition of it. I love the robust collection of extras that delve into every aspect of its production, providing a complete history lesson of one of horror's landmark films.

     —Dread Central

Arrow has meticulously reinstated the longest cut of the film with all its depraved violence, in both English and German... Highly Recommended.

     —DVD Talk

stands as one of the true pioneers of the exploitation movement

     —HorrorNews.net

Hunt it down, as Mark of the Devil lives up to its reputation and then some

     —Oh, the Horror

One of the signature examples of 1970s exploitation at its most grueling. It's been over 40 years, but it still retains a few squirm inducing moments to leave its MARK on modern audiences

     —Cool Ass Cinema

  

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