Banned in many countries following its release in 1970, Mark of the Devil (or the original German title, Hexen bis aufs Blut gequält) stars Udo Kier (Andy Warhol's Frankenstein, Dracula) as  Count Christian von Meruh, the witch hunter apprentice to Lord Cumberland (Herbert Lom). Kier's character is a devout believer in the ways of his mentor and of the Church, but that all changes when he discovers Lord Cumberland murdering a man who insulted him. The blinders fall away as he realizes that the witch trials are nothing but a way to seduce women, and rob the people of their land and money. Can von Meruh escape with his faith - and life - intact? Each copy of the DVD includes a souvenir vomit bag, just like the one handed to moviegoers over 40 years ago!
In Shops: Jan 02, 2013
SRP: $16.95
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