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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:R | Canada:R (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | USA:R
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Weird Satanic Thriller with Cheesy Vampire Teeth, 25 September 2009
Author: Navajas from Mystery, FU

This is an obscure little low-budget exploitation flick from the mid-70's. Just how obscure are we talking? Well, this review will be number six here at IMDb. Only three actors are being credited for this movie, if the cast list is any indication. This flick is so unheard of that nobody involved with it even bothered to track down the five or six other actors that appear in this movie. That's saying quite a lot, really. I personally acquired this on a triple-movie DVD set along with two other Nick Millard movies, CRIMINALLY INSANE and its sequel. I have no idea what the other options are in terms of availability for SATAN'S BLACK WEDDING.

This movie was released during a time when horror often dealt with Satanism and the rise of the devil himself. It very much rides the coattails of popularity from similarly-themed movies such as ROSEMARY'S BABY and THE EXORCIST and even lesser-known titles from the drive-in movie circuit. SATAN'S BLACK WEDDING was definitely a bandwagon-jumper, and not an especially good one, at that.

First, the good things about this movie: as other reviews have mentioned, the atmosphere is very dark and spooky, in a way unseen in later horror films. The opening shots of a Goya painting, coupled with creepy, off-kilter piano music, certainly set the stage for a genuinely disturbing movie. The score for this movie was very well placed, as were many of the sets and locations.

On the other hand, this is a very cheap movie, and finding professional actors must have been rather tricky. Many of the actors, most of whom are not listed on IMDb, were pretty wooden. The special effects aren't much to write home about, either. The bright red "70's blood," as I call it, is to be expected, but the vampire teeth used for the undead Satanists looked as though they were purchased out of one of those 25-cent vending machines seen in the opening walkways at your local department stores--the kind you might have used as a child while completing a Dracula costume for Halloween. It's hard to be scared of creatures with those plastic monstrosities sticking out of their mouths.

The plot is pretty basic. Mark, a young actor and Elvis Presley lookalike, arrives in town to investigate the mysterious death of his sister. As he continues searching, he finds that she was involved in a bizarre underground cult of devil-worshippers who, through some sort of dark rites, are able to reanimate the dead as some sort of Satanic vampire things that bite necks and suck the blood from the living.

This is a fun movie for those who enjoy cheap horror flicks that virtually nobody has ever heard of. I can honestly recommend this for that crowd. For those who prefer a higher-budget flick or something that had a little more talent behind it, I'd suggest steering clear of this one.

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