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Nick Millard (original screenplay)
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1975 (USA) See more »
A blood marriage of ghouls!
A man travels to another city for his sister's funeral to try to find out why she killed herself. He... See more » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Greg Braddock ... Mark Gray
Ray Myles ... Father Daken
Lisa Milano ... Nina Gray
Barrett Cooper
Zarrah Whiting
Lisa Pons ... Lillian Chester
Osa Danam
Georgia LeMaster
Don Lipsey

Directed by
Nick Millard  (as Philip Miller)
Writing credits
Nick Millard (original screenplay) (as Philip Miller)

Produced by
Frances Millard .... producer: I.R.M.I. Films (as Tamara Brown)
Original Music by
Roger Stein 
Art Direction by
Carl LeMaster 
Sound Department
Frances Sarra .... sound recordist

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61 min
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Australia:R18+ | Canada:R (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | USA:R
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Daken:Whosoever believeth in him, shall have life everlasting in darkness. He is pleased with you, Nina. He called you 'daughter'. Now you must complete the covenent. Every member of your family must die.See more »
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Edited into Doctor Bloodbath (1987) (V)See more »


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2 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Not As Bad As I Thought It Would Be, 25 August 2006
Author: CMRKeyboadist from Sleesburg, VA.

"Satan's Black Wedding" is in no way a good movie. But, It isn't all that bad of a no budget film. Sure, there are many grade B through Z horror films that are good and bad, but this one is actually entertaining in a strange sort of way. Don't Expect "The Omen" or "Rosemary's Baby" with this one, but check it out if you can find it.

The storyline isn't anything to original as it starts with a woman slitting her wrists and bleeding to death. Go ahead a few days and we are at her funeral with her brother and few others. Her brother, whom is a Hollywood actor, decides to check out the place in which she did herself in. When he gets there he discovers that the police scene hasn't been changed and that there is blood all over the place. The police detective doesn't believe this to be a suicide thus starting the brothers search for what actually happened, leading him into a dark world of vampires with silly looking teeth.

First I should say that the special effects are definitely grade Z. No gore but an extreme amount of blood. The vampire teeth are just hilarious as they look like something that you could buy from Wal-Mart. The movie did have some nice atmosphere with a halfway decent soundtrack minus a few moments where the pitch got way to high and it hurt my ears. The acting was also silly going from mediocre to just plain bad. Especially during a love scene that is about as boring as watching the grass grow. Last, but not least, check out the very end of the movie at the "The End" screen and listen to the music fade off horribly. It was just hilarious.

I got to recommend this to anyone that loves 70's low budget cinema. Definitely worth the time. 7/10

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