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Satan's Blood (1978)

Escalofrío (original title)
A young couple are tricked into going into a sinister house where a coven of devil-worshipers waits for them.

Directors:

Carlos Puerto, Juan Piquer Simón (uncredited)

Writer:

Carlos Puerto
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Ángel Aranda ... Bruno (as Angel Aranda)
Sandra Alberti ... Berta
Mariana Karr ... Ana (as Marian Karr)
José María Guillén ... Andrés (as Jose Maria Guillen)
Manuel Pereiro ... Oficiante
Luis Barboo ... Guarda (as Luis Bar-boo)
José Pagán José Pagán ... Médico (as Jose Pagan)
Isidro Luengo Isidro Luengo ... Vecino
Ascensión Moreno Ascensión Moreno ... Vecina (as Ascension Moreno)
Carlos Castellano Carlos Castellano ... Mendigo
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Storyline

Andrés and Ana, an urban couple who live in Madrid, leave their apartment to spend a day of pleasure in the city with their dog. They end up accepting the invitation of two strangers, Bruno and Berta, to go to eat at their country house. A storm surprises them and they have to stay overnight together. The two couples start a session with an Ouija board. Conflicting past situations arise, such as Ana's affair with Andrés's brother or a suicide attempt by Bruno, who receives criticism from Berta. This will be the beginning of the horrors that will take place in the haunted house. Written by Wiki

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Horror

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Not much too say except.........
4 September 2011 | by panther_huskySee all my reviews

People who enjoy this film because of it's nudity and sex scenes should really consider if they are film goers or not. I don't mind watching a sex scene here or there but the movie is classified as horror! There were a couple of terrifying moments but they didn't last, then, the sex scene once again.

This is not film making at it's best. Spain has produced some "GREAT" films in the past but this one does not come anywhere near good.

You want to sell your films to people who enjoy watching nude women flaunting their bodies, then go and direct porn. For me, a good film needs a storyline and good acting and not have to resort in a film to have sex scenes and naked woman all through the film.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

14 August 1978 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Don't Panic See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain

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Production Co:

Cinevisión, Almena Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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