Mill of the Stone Women

Mill of the Stone Women

Directed by Giorgio Ferroni

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Young art student Hans von Arnam arrives by barge at an old mill to write a monograph about its celebrated sculptures of women in the throes of death and torture, maintained and curated by the mill’s owner, the hermetic Professor Wahl. But when Hans encounters the professor’s beautiful and mysterious daughter Elfi, his own fate becomes inexorably bound up with hers, and with the shocking secret that lies at the heart of the so-called Mill of the Stone Women. The first Italian horror film to be shot in color, Mill of the Stone Women prefigured a raft of other spaghetti nightmares, including the work of maestros Mario Bava and Dario Argento.

Art student Hans von Arnam arrives at an old mill to write a monograph about its celebrated sculptures of women in the throes of death, maintained and curated by the mill’s owner, the hermetic Professor Wahl. But when Hans encounters the professor’s beautiful daughter Elfi, his own fate becomes bound with hers, and with the shocking secret that lies at the heart of the Mill of the Stone Women.

Cast: Pierre Brice, Scilla Gabel, Wolfgang Preiss

Member Reviews

Great macabre tale. Almost like an Italian Frankenstein but there is no violence.

evanw
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4 weeks ago

That was bizarre and I loved it.

misslh2000
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4 months ago

One of the best.

mrkslvdr
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5 months ago

Rad old Italian film. Some great performances, cool colors, and a perfect ending! Highly recommended for any lover of old Italian films.

MrBlutarsky
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5 months ago

A very odd, somewhat nonsensical, but enjoyable bit of weirdness. A little bit too heavy on exposition in some areas and too light on it in others. Definitely worth a watch!

stokerbramwell
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5 months ago