NUNS – An Italian Horror Story Comes To DVD & Digital February 16th!
Bayview Entertainment is bringing the Italian horror film, NUNS to DVD and Digital on February 16th, 2021. The film is by Giovanni Aloisio. You can take a look at the official trailer and get more details on the film right after the break.
From The Press Release
Giovanni Aloisio’s NUNS – AN ITALIAN HORROR STORY is coming to DVD and Digitial on February 16th, 2021 from Bayview Entertainment.
Nuns – An Italian Horror Story / synopsis
Three nuns live in an old convent which has been converted into a guesthouse; young Bruno is staying with them acting as a caretaker. He does his best, but the convent is so large that it requires the assistance of a housekeeper and they soon hire Helena, a beautiful woman who Bruno falls in love with despite the consequences. The nuns begin to treat Helena strangely, not accepting her presence in their home and her effect on Bruno. Soon. a university professor, Goffredi, decides to investigate the strange origin of the convent and comes to spend the night at the with his two sons. From horror to mystery, NUNS casts its spell in a gorgeous cinematographic style reminiscent of the Italian horror classics of Dario Argento and Mario Bava, while embracing brave new ideas of terror.
Coming soon to DVD and Digital Feb 2021. Pre-order the DVD now:
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