The Red Queen Kills Seven Times

The Red Queen Kills Seven Times

Directed by Emilio Miraglia

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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

Member Reviews

Good giallo film with an interesting, but particular mystery plot alongside a few murders

insomniagonwild
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2 weeks ago

whew.. um, not bad. Too bad the weak link in this cast is the lead. Ugo's pretty bland.. this movie would literally be twice as good with George Hilton in his place.

hex5
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3 months ago

A very good giallo with convincing acting, an intriguing plot, and some interesting camera work. The settings are effective--especially the juxtaposition of a Gothic castle versus modern-day urban landscapes--and the film suggests director Miraglia put a lot of effort into making an artful, quality film. I really enjoyed this one.

KLYTUS
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4 months ago

I watched it for Sybil Danning. She was good in it.

AnthonyW
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6 months ago

The Red Queen Kills Seven Times is a giallo that combines the modern and the gothic together to very atmospheric effect. A brilliant setup creates the perfect whodunnit framework that kept me guessing for the entire movie, though the violence was more exploitative than I enjoy.

queerhaus
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6 months ago