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The best moment, however is when a girl is picked up in a car by a man in a mask. He takes her to an old mill and ties her to a table connected to a buzzsaw. Only when he switches on the saw does she finally get suspicious.
It's a trash movie addicts delight, but others beware.
The story begins with a prologue featuring the stabbing of a girl by a disfigured man. He hacks her up with a pair of scissors and before you can say whoops, it's off to the loony bin for him, for a mere five years, then he's released into the care of a sister he's had unsisterly relations with in their sordid youth. She takes him to the most logical place to recoup, a boarding school for young women!!! This killer quickly forms an unnatural interest in one of the women (Olivia Pascal as Angela). He spies, stalks, and sneaks around her, gawking in a manner most foul. Finally, a murder is committed on campus, in Angela's bungalow. From that point on, she becomes the girl who cried MURDER!!! She boo-hoos to anyone who'll listen, a girl has been killed. But where's the body? Where's the blood? Is someone trying to gaslight her? As more girls go missing and still no one seems overly concerned, will Angela ever figure out that she might be talking to the wrong people?
The deaths range from the expected/typical to inspired and grotesque. This film not only dares to kill a child, a (real) snake loses its head during a pivotal scene. Did PETA know about this? Is there a statute of limitations on snake killing?
The acting is marginal, the dubbing is hilariously dreadful, the dialog is ridiculous, the situations/plot is hopelessly
limited.......... It has been done before, but definitely not like this. I'm still trying to decide if that is a good thing or not. (It most certainly makes this the guiltiest of guilty pleasures.)
I have to say I love the audacity involved.
Some things I should point out to newcomers of Jess Franco and the remastered b-movie gems of the 70's and 80's that are being released through Severin and other such independent film distributions is that they are remastered from the best working print of the film. The film has some other less quality frames spliced in certain parts to give it the most complete cut as possible. It certainly doesn't take away from the overall continuity of the film but it could annoy someone that was expecting something differently. The soundtrack is so-so. I guess the film producers tried to knock-off Pink Floyd to cut corners on cost. Watch the extras!!! It is dubbed english but ironically it fits with the film's storyline. Just one of the funny things about this film. Again, watch the extras! Some of the acting is truly horrendous but it is what is to be expected from a film like this.
Enjoy, if you dare.
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