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You’ll need more than an exorcist to save the Night Child...
When a documentarian delves into the dark world of satanic art for a new film, he unearths a disturbing painting that leads him into a world of post-Exorcist Italo-Horror where cursed medallions, possessed children and the overwhelming power of the dark lord converge to create a visually stunning and wildly eccentric exploitation classic from Massimo Dallamano With Italian cult cinema child star Nicoletta Elmi as the motherless, demon-demented daughter and Zombie Flesh Eaters' Richard Johnson as the filmmaker searching for the evil truth, The Night Child is a perfect example of expertly shot, beautifully crafted B-cinema.
See a young girl descend into the hellish pit of demonic possession in The Night Child, a textbook example of 70s euro-horror from an Italian exploitation master.
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Nice arrow release, the movie is ok =)
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This was chosen as the companion for Lisa and the Devil to fill out a movie night. But to my surprise this felt better. You get a quirky child, suitable mediaeval flash backs and the usual overdone screams. Amusing effects and a soundtrack to remember comes courtesy of the Italian standard. I really liked this and can recommend it for a dark night
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