Halloween wouldn’t be right if we didn’t’ invite the Italians. Noon can quite do the horror the way the Italians do. In this juicy flick there is a group that includes Rick (Walter Bigari) a writer, Daniel Parks (Alfredo Rizzo) the publisher, Edith (Luisa Baratto) the secretary, Dermott (Ralph Zucker) the photographer, and of course five beautiful European women whose only purpose is to add to body count in a deserted castle.
The castle happens to be occupied by Tarvis Anderson (Mickey Hargitay), a former actor who tries to usher the group away from the castle but of course, he is ignored and he just so happens to recognize Edith the secretary. At one time they were lovers.
Then, for no apparent reason really, the Crimson Executioner appears and begins the massacre of everyone in the castle. If you’re into slashers then this film will definitely do the trick for you!
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