The Devil's Nightmare

Synopsis: Six of seven tourists in a east European castle overnight are victims of a helper of the devil. Is Satan willing to spare their souls?
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Jean Brismée
Production: Live Home Video
 
IMDB:
5.8
R
Year:
1971
95 min
4 Views


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Call the Baron, Greta.

Calm down, he's coming.

And then?

So, Hans?

I'm afraid the

baroness is worse.

Her heart is very weak.

It's a boy?

I'm sorry, Baron.

Your wife...

Answer my question.

Is it a boy?

No. It's a little girl.

A girl...

What is it, Baron?

Aren't you feeling well?

Is it a girl?

Go to the shelter with Greta,

don't expose yourself to anymore danger.

And you, General?

It's an order.

But the lady...

The dead are out

of danger, Greta.

And your daughter?

I'll take care of her.

Go now, Greta.

I'll come after you.

Would you allow me to take some

pictures of your beautiful castle?

- Out of the question!

- But...

Please do not insist.

I can not allow it.

Do you think we'll get

there before nightfall?

I Hope so.

What are you doing, you fool?

You need to pay more attention

to the steering wheel.

It wasn't my fault.

Don't blame me for every obstacle.

I think the road is closed.

Closed?

Look there.

There's someone in the field.

Why don't you ask him

where we are?

How do we get to Holentad?

Take the ferry that lies

within the next 50 kilometres.

But it never works after sunset.

I'm afraid you'll

get there too late.

Are there any hotels around here?

You can ask at the castle.

The Baron sometimes agrees to

receive some paying guests.

- Is it far?

- It's in the opposite direction.

Go back through the

village. It's on your left.

Where do you find it?

In the vicinity of the castle

of the Baron Von Ronberg.

You think she was murdered?

No, I think it was

a heart attack.

It looks like she saw

something that terrified her.

Yes, people die of fear.

Of fear?

What about that, doctor?

What is it?

It's the mark of the Devil.

The Succubus has returned to the castle.

What was that?

Nothing but a piece of

the faade that fell.

It's very beautiful.

Yes, it's beautiful.

- But it could have killed you.

Do not be afraid.

It's just an ordinary frog.

Can you help me with the luggage?

- But of course.

Let's go in, it's going to rain.

There is no one in the castle?

How do we know?

Your job is to find out.

So, Mr. Tukard, where

are you taking us now?

Well I...

Come with me.

With rain outside,

the castle gets even scarier.

Anybody up there?

Welcome to the castle Von Ronberg.

Do not be alarmed, please.

The castle is full of traps.

We were told that you could

give us shelter for one night.

Certainly.

I prepared everything after the phone call.

Phone call?

Who called?

I do not know, sir.

It was a female voice and said

there were seven tourists.

She even gave me their names.

Can you come with me, please?

I'll show you your rooms now.

This is your room, Father.

Sorry, I'm not a priest yet.

Study theology in the seminary.

Please do not leave

your bag there.

Why not?

Look at this mark, in

front of the fireplace.

On 8 December 1575, the date

on which Erika Von Ronberg...

disappeared in the night with

the monk who exorcised her.

Erika disappeared, leaving

this mark of the Devil.

Did they exorcise her? what for?

Because of a family curse.

Baron Von Ronberg will

explain later, perhaps.

If he thinks it necessary.

I must go now.

Mr and Mrs Foster,

this is your room.

What is it?

Sometimes pigeons fall through

the chimneys of the castle.

It's nothing unusual.

- Maybe not.

But do admit that finding a dead

bird is a strange welcome.

This room has

other qualities.

In 1436, the Prince and

Princess Von Hart...

Had their throats cut while they slept.

But that was in 1436.

He's strange.

This is your room, Mr. Tukard.

And this is yours, Mr. Mason.

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