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Kruvajan, but the servant is killed before he can reach the inn. It is the evil Javutich who arrives to bring Kruvajan to the castle. Javutich leads Kruvajan to Asa's crypt, and Kruvajan watches in horror as her coffin explodes. From its ruins, the witch hypnotizes Kruvajan and says she needs a few more drops of his blood, offering him eternal life and a night of pleasure in return. Asa then kisses him, turning him into her servant. By Asa's command, Kruvajan enters Vajda's room and murders him.

Asa's plan is to drain Katia of her life, believing that this act will grant her immortality. A little girl who had seen Javutich meet Kruvajan at the inn describes the dead man to Gorobec. A priest recognizes the description as being that of Javutich. The priest and Gorobec go to Javutich's grave and find Kruvajan's body inside the coffin.

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Realizing that he is now one of the undead, they kill the fiend immediately by marking him with the sign of the cross and ramming a small piece of wood through one of his eye sockets. Javutich finds Katia and takes her to Asa. Asa begins to drain Katia, who ages rapidly during the act. Just as the witch goes to take her blood, she is thwarted by the crucifix around Katia's neck. Gorobec enters the crypt to save Katia but finds Asa instead. Asa pretends to be Katia and tells Gorobec that the now weakened and unconscious Katia is really the witch.

She tells him to kill Katia immediately by staking her. He agrees but at the last possible moment he notices the crucifix she is wearing. He turns to Asa and opens her robe, revealing a fleshless skeletal frame. The priest then arrives with numerous torch-carrying villagers, and they burn Asa to death. Katia awakens from her stupor, her life and beauty restored, and is reunited with Gorobec.

During , Bava had assumed the directorial assignment of The Giant of Marathon from Jacques Tourneur , who left the production before most of the major sequences had been filmed. Bava, who had been that film's cinematographer , completed the film quickly and efficiently. This was not the first time Bava had been able to save a troubled movie for Marathon 's production company, Galatea Film. During that same year, Bava had performed a similar salvage job on Caltiki — The Immortal Monster , replacing Riccardo Freda as director after he had abandoned the picture in the middle of production. Even earlier, he had assumed the directorial role for I Vampiri after the temperamental Freda had also walked off the set of that film after only a few days.

Bava did not receive director screen credit for any of his work on the three troubled Galatea films. After Bava completed Marathon , Nello Santi, the head of Galatea Film, subsequently offered him his choice of any property for his first directorial effort. As a lover of Russian fantasy and horror, Bava decided to adapt Nikolai Gogol's horror story " Viy " into a feature film. However, the resultant screenplay by Bava, Ennio De Concini and Mario Serandrei in fact owed very little to Gogol at all, and seemed to be more a tribute to the atmospheric black-and-white gothic horror films of the s, especially those produced by Universal Studios.

For the role of the evil Asa and her innocent descendant Katia, Bava noted: "A strange type was needed, and we chose Steele from pictures. According to Bava, the actress "was somewhat irrational, afraid of Italians. One day she refused to come to the set, because somebody told her I was using a special film-stock that made people appear naked. I didn't like my fangs — I had them changed three times. I loathed my wig — I changed that four times.

I couldn't understand Italian. I certainly didn't want to allow them to tear open my dress and expose my breasts, so they got a double that I didn't like at all, so I ended up doing it myself — drunk, barely over eighteen, embarrassed and not very easy to be around.

The exteriors, as well as a few interiors, were shot at a rented castle in Arsoli. The final day of production was 7 May. Steele never saw a complete screenplay for the film. Instead, she was simply handed the scenes she would play, and her dialogue, every morning of the production. We had hardly any idea what was going down on that film.

We had no idea of the end, or the beginning, either, not at all. Both Steele and Dominici were originally fitted to wear sharp vampire fangs, but after only a few days of shooting, the fangs were discarded. The film's Production Manager, Armando Govoni, recalled, "[W]hen we saw the rushes , especially in the close-ups , they looked too fake so editor Mario Serandrei cut around them. A suite from Les Baxter's score was originally released on a promotional LP by the composer, whose contents made an authorized CD debut on a release by Bay Cities.

Citadel Records reissued the same material in and just like the previous release, this CD also contained a suite of music from Baron Blood , another Bava film which also received a new score by Baxter for its American version.

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Baxter's complete score to Black Sunday was released in by Kritzerland, whose CD contains the music in chronological order. The film premiered in Italy on 11 August In it was shown for the first time in Austria and Denmark. The film was then seen in Sweden and Finland But it was banned in the UK until June due to its violent content. Samuel Z. The priest and Gorobec go to Javutich's grave and find Kruvajan's body inside the coffin.

Realizing that he is now one of the undead, they kill the fiend immediately by marking him with the sign of the cross and ramming a small piece of wood through one of his eye sockets.

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Javutich finds Katia and takes her to Asa. Asa begins to drain Katia, who ages rapidly during the act.

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Just as the witch goes to take her blood, she is thwarted by the crucifix around Katia's neck. Gorobec enters the crypt to save Katia but finds Asa instead. Asa pretends to be Katia and tells Gorobec that the now weakened and unconscious Katia is really the witch. She tells him to kill Katia immediately by staking her. He agrees but at the last possible moment he notices the crucifix she is wearing. He turns to Asa and opens her robe, revealing a fleshless skeletal frame.

The priest then arrives with numerous torch-carrying villagers, and they burn Asa to death.

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Katia awakens from her stupor, her life and beauty restored, and is reunited with Gorobec. During , Bava had assumed the directorial assignment of The Giant of Marathon from Jacques Tourneur , who left the production before most of the major sequences had been filmed. Bava, who had been that film's cinematographer , completed the film quickly and efficiently. This was not the first time Bava had been able to save a troubled movie for Marathon 's production company, Galatea Film. During that same year, Bava had performed a similar salvage job on Caltiki — The Immortal Monster , replacing Riccardo Freda as director after he had abandoned the picture in the middle of production.

Even earlier, he had assumed the directorial role for I Vampiri after the temperamental Freda had also walked off the set of that film after only a few days. Bava did not receive director screen credit for any of his work on the three troubled Galatea films. After Bava completed Marathon , Nello Santi, the head of Galatea Film, subsequently offered him his choice of any property for his first directorial effort. As a lover of Russian fantasy and horror, Bava decided to adapt Nikolai Gogol's horror story " Viy " into a feature film.

However, the resultant screenplay by Bava, Ennio De Concini and Mario Serandrei in fact owed very little to Gogol at all, and seemed to be more a tribute to the atmospheric black-and-white gothic horror films of the s, especially those produced by Universal Studios. For the role of the evil Asa and her innocent descendant Katia, Bava noted: "A strange type was needed, and we chose Steele from pictures.

According to Bava, the actress "was somewhat irrational, afraid of Italians.


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One day she refused to come to the set, because somebody told her I was using a special film-stock that made people appear naked. I didn't like my fangs — I had them changed three times. I loathed my wig — I changed that four times.


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    The exteriors, as well as a few interiors, were shot at a rented castle in Arsoli. The final day of production was 7 May. Steele never saw a complete screenplay for the film.

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    Instead, she was simply handed the scenes she would play, and her dialogue, every morning of the production. We had hardly any idea what was going down on that film. We had no idea of the end, or the beginning, either, not at all. Both Steele and Dominici were originally fitted to wear sharp vampire fangs, but after only a few days of shooting, the fangs were discarded. The film's Production Manager, Armando Govoni, recalled, "[W]hen we saw the rushes , especially in the close-ups , they looked too fake so editor Mario Serandrei cut around them. A suite from Les Baxter's score was originally released on a promotional LP by the composer, whose contents made an authorized CD debut on a release by Bay Cities.

    Citadel Records reissued the same material in and just like the previous release, this CD also contained a suite of music from Baron Blood , another Bava film which also received a new score by Baxter for its American version. Baxter's complete score to Black Sunday was released in by Kritzerland, whose CD contains the music in chronological order.

    The film premiered in Italy on 11 August In it was shown for the first time in Austria and Denmark. The film was then seen in Sweden and Finland But it was banned in the UK until June due to its violent content. Samuel Z.