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Devils Of Darkness

AKA's: Diables Des Tenebres / Diablos De La Oscuridad, Los / Diavoli Delle Tenebre, I / Fasornas Hus / Gruft Der Toten Frauen, Die / Orgie Noire / Orgies Sataniques / Principe Della Notte, Il / Talisman / Teufelsritual, Das

Release date: 1965 UK
Running time: 85' (cover 85') - Source: VHS PAL
Rating: Germ: 16; UK: 15; US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Lance Comfort (Rag Doll 1958; Daughter Of Darkness 1948)
Producer: Planet Film
Score: Bernie Fenton
Writer: Lyn Fairhurst
Director of photography: Reginald H. Wyer


Summary: Writer Paul Baxter (William Sylvester) is holidaying with friends in a picturesque village in Northern France. But the quaint, charming facade that greets the tourists exists only to mask a dark, satanic secret. All the villagers are members of a sect who worship the evil Count Sinistre (Hubert Noel), a 16th Century nobleman who remains a force of evil, wandering the earth as one of the undead.
When Baxter's travelling companions are killed in suspicious circumstances, he is consumed with grief. But when the Breton police fail to investigate the deaths properly his grief turns to suspicion. He resolves to unravel the mystery, unaware that Count Sinistre is already on his trail...
Note: - Director Lance Comfort, who specialized in crime thrillers, made his only digression into horror movies with this film, the first British vampire film to have a modern-day setting.

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