Truth and Movies

Mario Bava

Martin Eden’s lead will suit up in leather for a Diabolik remake

By Charles Bramesco

Luca Marinelli will don the King of Terror’s cowl for Italian filmmakers Marco and Antonio Manetti.

Discover the sordid pleasures of this late-career Mario Bava slasher

By Anton Bitel

The Italian horror maestro’s 1971 film A Bay of Blood remains one of his most shocking works.

Discover the classic Gothic chills of this Mario Bava masterpiece

By Anton Bitel

Kill, Baby... Kill! contains one of cinema’s earliest evil children.

Why your favourite directors love Mario Bava

By Martyn Conterio

The cult Italian horror maestro has influenced everyone from John Carpenter to Nicolas Winding Refn.

The original scream queens who gave giallo its feminist edge

By Emily Gosling

Iconic stars like Anita Strindberg and Edwige Fenech are the thread that ties this deviant subgenre together.

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