One of the most notorious horror movies of the drive-in era, MARK OF THE DEVIL is a brutal and bloody critique of religious corruption. Count Christian von Meruh (Udo Kier, FLESH FOR FRANKENSTEIN) is a witch hunter apprentice whose faith becomes tested. The Count slowly begins to realize that witch trials are a cover for the church to rob people of their land, money . . . and more. Written and directed by Michael Armstrong, this wild shocker plays out like a degenerate version of Roger Corman's mid-1960s Poe adaptations. There's a reason why barf bags were handed out during original theatrical screenings.