The Other Hell
Directed by Bruno Mattei
At the peak of his ‘80s excess, Italian sleaze maestro Bruno Mattei – using the alias ‘Stefan Oblowsky’ – stunned audiences with this Nunsploitation shocker about a series of brutal murders in a depraved convent. And while his cinematic legacy may remain controversial, Mattei here delivers a surprisingly stylized yet undeniably blasphemous orgy of stabbings, stigmata, Satanism, sexual violence and graphic savagery that ranks among his very best.
A sinister nun interfers with the investigation behind a series of brutal murders in a depraved convent.
Cast: Franca Stoppi, Carlo De Mejo, Francesca Carmeno
to slow not good
Cocopuff well not so good
Meh. There’s a cute cat in it. One of the priests is cute but had an abnormally large mouth that is used to good effect. Another bad nuns movie.
Meh. Nothing special, bad dubbing. Outside of that it is an entertaining as a lazy day film.
The exact kind of film you would expect when given an Italian nunsploitation title from a well-known schlockmeister. It has incredibly bizarre dialogue, acting, and plotting. It introduces the Antichrist in a third act revelation worthy of Rock N’ Roll Nightmare status. It’s cheesy, rancid, and absolutely captures the insanity of a Grindhouse oddity.