Directed by Fernando di Leo
A homicidal maniac brutally butchers women at a fancy mental institution run by the always creepy Klaus Kinski. Is it Kinski himself who’s gone loony? Or is someone else responsible for the grisly carnage that happens every night after the sun goes down? Action director Fernando Di Leo, a favorite of Quentin Tarantino, made one of his only attempts at horror with this surprisingly gruesome (albeit absurdly raunchy) giallo. Despite the film’s increasingly over-the-top erotic scenes, the shocking massacre in the final act is well worth waiting for.
A homicidal maniac brutally butchers women at a fancy mental institution.
Cast: Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, Rosalba Neri
Loved it mixes horror with erotica at it was made in 1970 wow.
great giallo film from Italy..Fernando di Leo did a great job.
For a movie with a lot of explicit nude scenes it was boring, but the last 2 min. was blood bath.....so ok in my book.
The last 5 minutes are incredible, but it's a slow and downright pornographic slog to get there.