The Red Queen Kills Seven Times
Directed by Emilio Miraglia
Two sisters inherit their family castle that is supposedly haunted by their murderous ancestor. When their friends begin disappearing, they suspect that there might be some truth to the rumors.
Two sisters inherit the family castle that is supposedly haunted by their murderous ancestor.
Cast: Barbara Bouchet, Ugo Pagliai, Marina Malfatti, Marino Mase, Sybil Danning
A perfect blend of giallo and gothic horror. Quite a few surprising turns in the narrative along with enough visual flourishes thanks to the director who regrettably didn't do any other films after The Red Queen Kills Seven Times.
A very good movie!
Thought this one was a bit overrated. I preferred Emilio's previous, "The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave." Still fun though. Great music, and sweet 70's zooms.
Really stylish giallo with fantastic music and really unusual killer for the genre. There's plenty of nudity, lots of beautiful women, J&B whiskey, murder, and other staples of the giallos.
Sybil Danning is in it. That's it. That's the review.