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From the minds of Italian horror kings Mario Bava (Twitch of the Death Nerve) and Antonio Margheriti (Cannibal Apocalypse) comes this macabre tale of murder at an all girls school.
The corpses are piling up at St. Hildas School for Girls, leaving top cop Michael Rennie (The Day the Earth Stood Still) with more than the usual suspects. Is the killer playboy riding instructor Mark Damon (House of Usher)? Peeping tom Luciano Pigozzi (Baron Blood)? Or how about hulking swim teacher Giovanni Di Benedetto (The Bird With The Crystal Plumage), whose wetsuit and dive mask make the perfect ensemble for slaughter?
Mario Bavas original script Cry Nightmare was entrusted to director Antonio Margheriti. Retitled The Young, The Evil and The Savage by American International Pictures, the film was hacked of 15 minutes so it could fit onto a double bill with the Vincent Price vehicle The Conqueror Worm. Dark Sky Films presents this early Italian giallo complete and uncut for the first time in North America.
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Only one other reviewer mentions this. It is NOT part of the product description. This should really have been more explicit.
I really liked the film, as a Gialo fan, and particularly wished to hear the great Michael Rennie in his original voice. Alas, I didn't even get to hear him in English.
Still rates a THREE on the strength of the film.
giallo story that takes place in a girlsschool. If you like murder mysteries from europe and giallo thrillers and don't the expect wild frenzied
action and sleazier nudity of giallos from 1970 onward, then you will like this flick. . This movie reminded me a good mystery flick from Alfred Hitchcock. And it has the excellent Michael Rennie as the lead dectective. And the flick even has a cool 1960's rock song theme. This is just a fun flick and it reminded me of how much I loved those british
mysteries like miss marple etc because they tell a good story, and have good acting in them as well.