Only in the past decade has Italy’s “maestro of the macabre” begun to get the recognition he is due.
Throughout the 1960s and into the mid-’70s, Mario Bava’s atmospheric films — mostly in the horror genre — played in drive-ins and other disreputable venues. Sometimes they were part of double or ever triple features of terror, dismissed by their distributors as disposable schlock.
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