Chris Underwood’s review published on Letterboxd :
Early, influential, beautiful and bloody good. Non stop action and vigorous too as everyone is caught up in the whirling and swirling of this delicious feast for the eyes. the fashion house and mansion settings for these beautiful girls to be slain, one after the other, then be dragged or carried away make this a sumptuous affair and the whole is heady stuff.
Intoxicating, sexy and exciting beyond all reason, the template for giallo is set clear.