Halloween Italian style continues at the Trylon this week with Mario Bava’s Lisa and the Devil. Edited, recut, and reshot as The House of Exorcism when it was released in the US in 1976, we present the film in its original form with Bava’s lush cinematography and disturbing story intact. Telly Savalas (aka Kojak) takes a devilish turn as Leandro, a mad puppetmaster who sends Lisa, an innocent young tourist, on a road to hell and back…literally. Not for the faint of heart, Lisa and the Devil is a classic in the Italian horror genre.

Lisa and the Devil screens Monday and Tuesday at 7:00 and 9:00pm. Advanced tickets available at Big collared shirts encouraged.


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