Watched Jun 13, 2012
Chris Underwood’s review:
One of Fulci's later films and one I seem not to have caught before now, this is bright and loud enough with a spot on soundtrack of the time. So much of the film is well done, the camera work, the building of suspense, the editing and great lighting, that one is tempted to think that the director probably achieved what he set out to do and make a giallo in a unique setting. Trouble is the dancing scenes and the turgid, if rousing music make things very difficult and with a below par script this ends up being far more ordinary than it should. Some super moments (I rather liked the bloodless kills) and a great look but not encouraging of a second look for a while.