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Saturday, August 20, 2011

The VHS Archives: Javier Seto's MACABRE (1969)

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MACABRE
Javier Seto's Viaje al vacio (1969)

The VHS Archives Factsheet
Label: Mogul Communications, Inc.
Catalog: MOG1003
Box Type: Clamshell
Year of Release: ?
Runtime: 85:13
Print: 1.33:1 / English / No subs
Extras: None

About the Film
Director: Javier Seto
Year of Release: 1969
Country of Origin: Spain / Italy
Stars: Larry Ward, Teresa Gimpera, Silvana Venturelli, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
AKAs: Shadow of Death, Invisible Assassin, The Emptiness All Around 

Verbatim Box Synopsis
The beautiful and cunning Denise hates her husband and wants him dead...
She falls in love with her husband's twin brother and together they plot the fiendish, chilling murder.
A story of lust, evil and hate!

U.S. Mogul Communications sleeve! 

U.S. Mogul Communications sales sheet, courtesy of Bill Knight! Check out his rare VHS auctions!

Italian Cinehollywood sleeve, originally scanned by "jungle killer"!

Dutch Sunrise Tapes sleeve, courtesy of Daniel Liljefors!


Bonus fan trailer, put together by our pals at Exhumed 'Zine!

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2 comments:

  1. I did not know this came out on VHS in the US. I have a Dutch-subtitled (if I recall correctly) DVDR called SHADOW OF DEATH (with the subtitle INVISIBLE ASSASSIN). Another alternate title for it is EMPTINESS ALL AROUND. It is also fullscreen. The opening credits say "WIDE SCREEN" so it might be cropped (or meant to be matted). I'll have to find the disc again.

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  2. This my favorite Mogul release! Am I the only one that likes this film?

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