In 1661 Mexico, the Baron Vitelius of Astara is sentenced to be burned alive by the Holy Inquisition of Mexico for witchcraft, necromancy, and other crimes. As he dies, the Baron swears vengeance against the descendants of the Inquisitors. 300 years later, a comet which was passing overhead on the night of the Baron's execution returns to earth, bringing with it the Baron in the form of a horrible, brain-eating monster that terrorizes the Inquisitor's descendants.
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The most bizarre horror movie. Ever.
Did You Know?
This movie was referred to in the Frank Zappa/Captain Beefheart song Debra Kadabra from the album Bongo Fury. See more
After the Baron kills the professor and his daughter, he sets fire to their house. As they lay dead, their eyelids move. See more
I've gotta examine them to find out who drilled those holes in their skulls. It probably was some maniac who thought he was cracking a safe!
In the director's cut version, there's a scene where the Garces character ask to his reflection in the mirror: "Where's my god, where's my last love and my last reward for be crying to the night? Perhaps the legs of my diseased mother expels more energy than your love, God". See more
References Black Sunday