Elvira's Movie Macabre: The Devil's Wedding Night

 (30)6.11 h 38 min198118+
A quest for the mythical Ring of Vermougglian leads the Schiller brothers to Transylvania and Castle Dracula, where they find more than they bargained for in the castle's current resident and her undead servant. What follows is a ghastly nightmare of blood and sex, as the countess needs one brother to feed off of and the other to house the spirit of her long lost lover - Count Dracula!
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Cassandra PetersonEric Gardner
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Cassandra PetersonJohn Paragon
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Science FictionHorror
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English [CC]
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English
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Sean WanderseeReviewed in the United States on August 6, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
RVSP For the Devil’s Wedding Night
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A young scholar goes in search of a mythical, mystical ring where else but in Transylvania. If you are searching for anything occult, devilish, eldritch, or otherwise containing great evil you’re first stop should always be Transylvania. Poor country probably can’t have a garage sale because all their stuff is cursed. Of course being in Transylvania the search for the ring natural leads him to Castle Dracula. There he meets a mysterious woman who has designs on his soul. His twin brother comes to complicate her plan to resurrect Count Dracula.

A great Euro-Gothic creeper made better with Elvira. Granted almost any movie would be made better with occasional breaks with Elvira. The film quality is rough but it gives the movie a grungy retro feel. Tons of fun.
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Daniel KepleyReviewed in the United States on May 23, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
Euro-Horror At Its Finest!
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THE DEVIL'S WEDDING NIGHT is a European horror movie concerning the quest for a magical ring. Mark Damon is excellent in a dual role as the Schiller brothers who are in search of this ring, but the movie belongs to Rosalba Neri (credited as Sara Bay, as she was in the legendary LADY FRANKENSTEIN). Her incredible beauty is used to the hilt as she portrays Countess Dracula, the possessor of the ring. This is a psychedelic, shock-filled ride into the upper echelons of Euro-horror!

I got this movie as an episode of the original ELVIRA'S MOVIE MACABRE (from the early 1980's, to be exact), and it is a fun trip back to the heyday of horror hosts! In this particular episode, Elvira's Auntie Virus (played by Eve Smith) takes over the show! While the print on THE DEVIL'S WEDDING NIGHT, needless to say, has seen better days and is scratchy, it is the best the movie has ever looked and will look for some time. Elvira's hosting segments provide a nice breather from the scary atmosphere the movie creates, but you have the option of seeing just the movie. Enjoy!
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C. HoustonReviewed in the United States on May 27, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars
Rosalba Neri In All Her Satanic Splendour ...
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... my take on the devil's wedding night is that this film is italy's answer to the challenge of hammer's karnstein trilogy -- the name karnstein is even mentioned in the film ...

... this movie could be classified as a dracula picture. neri lives in the deceased count dracula's castle and was attached (?) to him at some previous point in time. according to the aurum encylopedia of horror, an alternate title for the devil's wedding night was countess dracula and it's much better than hammer's rather lame countess dracula from '71 directed by peter sadsy. the blood bath sequence from the devil's wedding night is one of the best ever (the one in eli roth's hostel part II is the undeniable champ though) ...

... the italians amped up the sex big-time for the devil's wedding night. and if you've been bitten by rosalba neri's sexy beauty (like i was when i first fell for her in lady frankenstein) this film showcases her magnificence in all its splendour. and it seems the devil's wedding night was shot by none other than the legendary joe d'amato himself! the camera work and the production design is spectacular ...

... and on top of all that, elvira's (and auntie virus') hilarious commentary makes viewing this dvd a religious event ...

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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on December 25, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Classic
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Blast from the past this movie is excellent and under rated , classic.
Tom FowlerReviewed in the United States on May 19, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
B Horror
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Good but not great, but then one should not expect excellence from a film such as this. Mainly for horror film collectors.
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PAUL JAMES CHATMANReviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Uncensored, maybe
When I watched Elvira as a kid in the 80's, I was aware for the most part that these film were edited for TV. It's VERY curious that NO REVIEWER mentions that AT ALL. While watching this on Shout! Factory TV via the Opera/Vewd app I noticed that this film had A LOT of female nudity! And that "Montroid" had a lot f-bombs. But NOT ONE REVIEWER mentions that. Well, perhaps the copies they got were in fact the original TV broadcast edits. Please, do yourself a favor: these film should be seen in their original aspect (NOT fullscreen) and unedited.

It is and always a blast to see these Elvira shows, and to see her "interview" the actors. I love how she points massive plot holes...get this if you can, but when you do say clear of the edited TV broadcast versions. Get only the Shout! Factory TV uncensored, unmodified versions to really enjoy it.
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David M. ElkinReviewed in the United States on August 4, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
Boobs, bad jokes, b-movie and little plot-what a hoot
I think Amazon needs to allow us just to rate the things, rather than have to write a review every time. How about it Amazon.

The movie is bad, the jokes older than me, and it is only a romp if you are in the right mood
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Kindle CustomerReviewed in the United States on November 15, 2013
3.0 out of 5 stars
Elvira Movie Macabre
Typical Elvira schtic, fun to watch for the campiness and seeing Elvira back in her hay-day. The actual movie was quite bad but Elvira made it fun anyway.
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