Black Sabbath (I Tre volti della paura) (The Three Faces of Fear) (The Three Faces of Terror) Reviews

April 10, 2020
Bava achieves one of the most terrifying atmospheres ever felt in a film. [Full Review in Spanish]
December 29, 2017
Bava's use of colour was something of a signature and became a hallmark of giallo.
April 20, 2015
An Italianate Kwaidan and no mistake
August 24, 2013
Boris Karloff serves as the cheerful host for this anthology flick, which progresses in story terms from good to better to best.
July 16, 2013
Even with Boris Karloff providing a lighthearted introduction and sign-off, Black Sabbath is fraught with fatalism.
July 9, 2008
Only one episode [of this anthology] reaches the critical mass that explodes into the kind of absolute terror that will satisfy skeptic and fan alike, but that is more than enough to make this essential viewing.
February 14, 2008
An exemplar of expressionistic visual storytelling.
February 6, 2008
...a trilogy of sporadically chilling yet ultimately ineffective horror tales...
April 12, 2007
I'm not easily scared, but this one gave me chills.
September 18, 2006
... chilling horror story anthology.
July 12, 2006
A Drop of Water is definitely the most atmospheric and creepy of the three tales.
February 9, 2006
Vintage Bava.
July 6, 2005
October 23, 2004
Later Karloff features him in name only
September 17, 2004
October 31, 2003
August 22, 2002
Uneven, but the 'Drop of Water' sequence is about the creepiest thing ever filmed