Kill, Baby…Kill!

1966, Italy, 83m, DCP

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Screened July 7–18, 2017

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In a fin-de-siècle Transylvanian village, a doctor arrives to investigate a young maid’s mysterious death, only to learn the legend of a deceased girl whose ball-bouncing ghost may be driving the locals to suicide… With its hallucinatory colors and sinister moods, this is the pinnacle of Gothic Euro-horror, an influence on Scorsese, Lynch, Fellini, Argento, del Toro, and countless others, and the ideal entry point into one of the great bodies of work in Italian cinema.

In Italian with English subtitles

50th anniversary world premiere of new 2K restoration. A Kino Lorber release.

“A true masterpiece… The restored version is just beautiful to look at: colors pop, film grains are visible in the shadows and blemishes on the negatives are all but cleaned up. The restoration makes the film truly the most gorgeous and elegant among all of Bava’s films.” – Screen Anarchy

“A new restoration brightens the corners of Mario Bava’s superb gothic 1966 freak-out, crisply rendering each open grave, rotting skull, Limeade cobweb, and tendril of swirling mist.” – Village Voice

A film by Mario Bava

A stunning restoration of Mario Bava’s 1966 macabre masterpiece.”

Paper Magazine