The Black Vampire (1953)


Directed by: Román Viñoly Barreto

Stars: Olga Zubarry, Roberto Escalada, Nelly Panizza

Language: Spanish + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Commentary by Argentina’s leading film archivist and cinema historian Fernando Martín Peña

Country: Argentina | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.370 | Brrip

Also known as: El vampiro negro

Description:  This “feminist” reworking of Fritz Lang’s classic M focuses on the mothers of children stalked by a deranged pedophile.


2.10GB | 89:56mins | 1480×1080 | mkv




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Introduction to El vampiro negro (The Black Vampire) – by author, film historian, and “noirchaeologist” Eddie Muller

30MB | 3:55mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English


The 3 Faces of “M” (2022) – imdb  a critical comparison of the three versions of M, produced by Steven C. Smith and writer/film historian Alan K. Rode, and featuring interviews with writer/film historian Imogen Sara Smith, biographer Patrick McGilligan, biographer Stephen Youngkin, film critic Beth Accomando, Eddie Muller, and Alan K. Rode

387MB | 43:54mins | 986×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English


Art in the Blood – an interview with visual artist Daniel Viñoly, son of visionary director Román Viñoly Barreto

278MB | 23:58mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English | Sub: English

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9 Responses to The Black Vampire (1953)

  1. Lisandro says:

    AMAZING work! Thanks so much Rarelust, you always rule!

  2. José B. says:

    Great movie, with the eternal beauty of Olga Zubarry and the sad creepiness of Nathan Pinzón

  3. rarelust says:

    reposted after fixing audio issue

  4. HrNn says:

    Thanks for the version of M by Fritz Lang from the Argentinian cult classic! Nathan Pinzon was a horror insitution here.

  5. bob says:

    Nathan Pinzón, one of the cultiest argentine actors. He always played the bad guy seldom in comedy roles.

    • Hernán Rivas says:

      A sinister icon, he presented the memorable horror films broadcast in an air channel, entitled Viaje a lo inesperado, which played hundred of horror and mystery classics.

  6. Tony says:

    That black and white photography alone looks brilliant. Didn’t realize it was connected to M.

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