Mikkel Abel’s review published on Letterboxd:
And thus in the hands of Mario Bava black leather gloves, shiny knives, convuluted murder schemes and beautiful women made it into Italian horror forming the one and only subgenre known as giallo. BLOOD AND BLACK LACE (1964) is as riveting today as one could imagine it was nearly sixty years ago.
HC19 - 31/31
ALSO: On another note I finally managed to finish my personal halloween challenge, which called for thirty-one horror films in thirty-one days throughout October. It only took three years and three attempts but here we are!