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Conspiracy of Torture (1969)
Set in 17th Century Italy, Beatrice Cenci (Adrienne LaRussa)is the teenage daughter of a cruel landowner and nobleman who keeps his daughter locked up in the dungeon of his castle, beats her and sexually abuses her as well. Beatrice plots with her stepmother and her besotted servant Olimpio (Tomas Milian) to murder her hated father. The authorities do not look kindly on these activities and proceed to graphically and painfully torture Olimpio and Beatrice. Directed by Italian horror great Lucio Fulci, the film is beautifully photographed, with lush, gorgeous set design and locations

Whip and the Body (1963)
Marred by controversy at the time of its release, this horror fantasy from Italy's legendary horror director Mario Bava centers on the twisted desires of a nobleman's son (Christopher Lee). Lee is ostracized by his father for his dalliances with a servant girl (who later commits suicide), but is allowed to return to the fold by his brother, whose lovely wife (Dahlia Lavi) immediately becomes the object of Lee's mad lust. Lee is later found murdered, along with several other victims from the surrounding village, leading superstitious locals to believe that Lee's evil spirit has returned to destroy them; the twist ending reveals the real evil at work.

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MDC109 Conspiracy of Torture/Whip and the Body DVD (1963/1969/Bava/Fulci) $17.99