Escalofrío (Satan's Blood) (1977) - Rotten Tomatoes

Escalofrío (Satan's Blood) (1977)





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Andy and Thelma, an urbanite couple living in Madrid, leave their apartment for a pleasant day around the city with their dog. They cross paths with Bruno and Anne, a strange couple who invite them to their foreboding country estate. A storm hits that evening and the two stay overnight. The couples engage in a bit of harmless communication with spirits via ouija board, but soon past conflicts arise Thelma had an affair with Andy's brother, and Anne criticizes Bruno over his attempted suicide. This is only the beginning of all the horrors that will haunts them in the house.


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A young couple go for a drive and meet up with a couple who claim to know the husband, then are invited to their home, which turns out to be a remote villa where things get really strange. As the night wears on they are trapped by a storm, and some Ouija board session really kicks off the weirdness and Satanism. Very nice little surprise, worth a rental at the very least.

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

Another great sexplotatiion film out of Spain, one of the original movies with boosted the infamous "S" rating for sex. Who cant get enough of these?? Devil worship, ouija board and murder... oh my!!!

Craig Derr
Craig Derr

See this if you are into dark gothic manors amid fog covered misty grounds with lightning wind rain plus you got lusty bearded guys in robes running amok and various other little spooky deals some may find the women here a tad alluring gettin' all nekid and sweaty talking their jive to beezelbub. One of these dudes was in a Mario Bava film so you know you're gettin a spiffy horror from Spain.


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