This "review" really has nothing to do with the movie. We are all familiar with "Mark of the Devil," and we all agree that it's great.
I purchased a DVD from Cheezy Flicks ("Andy Warhol's Bad"), and I feel that I must warn anyone thinking of buying THIS edition of MotD:
I have no idea how Cheezy Flix is allowed to be in business. The DVD I bought (a mistake you only make ONCE) was nothing more than a rip of the only authentic source for that movie; the VHS tape. I already own the VHS. I could have transferred it to DVD (naturally, I have a DVD recorder) myself. The cover was terrible, the sound was awful, and the company? Well...they ripped me off. Now, I'm sure they're going to use that common refrain of bootleggers all over: "It's in the public domain." REALLY? "Andy Warhol's Bad," starring Carroll Baker, Susan Tyrell, and Perry King (along with a fantastic cameo by Warhol favorite Brigid Berlin) directed by Warhol protege Jed Johnson is in the 'public domain"? I bet that would be of interest to the filmmakers and the REAL copyright holders. And anyway...Let's assume that that is true. Why, then, is it directly transferred from the out-of-print Embassy VHS?
All I'm saying is: I will NEVER buy another release from Cheezy Flicks (or CHEEZY, or whatever they're calling themselves now), and I have no idea why Amazon doesn't feel the need to protect its costumers from bootleggers.
Buy at your own risk.