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Until the late 1950’s, horror movies and Italian cinema during the sound era were like total strangers to each other; it wasn’t until the release of Riccardo Freda’s I Vampiri (1957) as well as the release of Hammer Films’ Horror of Dracula (1958) in Italy when interest in horror movies began to take off. In 1960, the first true wave of horror Italian style hit theaters: Mario Bava’s Black Sunday was the flagship of this wave while Giorgio Ferroni’s Mill of the Stone Women followed in its wake. Previously released on DVD by Mondo Macabro, Arrow Video has given the movie its Blu-ray debut as well as the Limited Edition treatment.



Mill of the Stone Women (1960)



Released: 05 Sep 1962
Rated: N/A
Runtime: 96 min




Director: Giorgio Ferroni
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi



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Keith Cobby

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Thanks for the review, I am undecided about buying this, possibly waiting for a price reduction or a simplified blu ray. The film itself is a bit dull and not as good as I, Vampiri which really deserves to be released on blu ray.
 

Scott Merryfield

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I picked up the streaming version of the Arrow release on iTunes for $2.99 as a blind buy. An interesting film, but not one I would spend a premium amount for the BD release.
 

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