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A Hatchet For The Honeymoon [DVD] 
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John Harrington (Stephen Forsyth) and his wife, Mildred (Laura Betti), run an exclusive wedding boutique. Unknown to Mildred, John has secretly embarked on a series of murders, killing young brides on their wedding nights because with each murder, his memory comes closer to revealing the traumatic event that branded him a dangerous psychotic. Fed up with his wife (who s no newlywed), John gets rid of her the only way he can by presiding over her murder while wearing a wedding veil himself! But Mildred s ghost has no intention of letting him forget his vow: Till Death Us Do Part! IL ROSSO SEGNO DELLA FOLLIA (HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON) (1970) STARRING STEPHEN FORSYTH DAGMAR LASSANDER LAURA BETTI JESUS PUENTE & FEMI BENUSSI MUSICAL SCORE BY SANTE MARIA ROMITELLI SCREENPLAY BY MARIO BAVA CINEMATOGRAPHY BY MARIO BAVA EDITED BY SOLEDAD LOPEZ PRODUCED BY MANUEL CANO DIRECTED BY MARIO BAVA FEATURES Widescreen 1.85:1 Transfer Enhanced for 16x9 TV s Dolby Digital 5.1 Soundtrack Original Mono Soundtrack Theatrical Trailer Stills Gallery Forthcoming Classic Horror Trailers
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Not Bava's best (for me that's got to be Kill Baby Kill [DVD]) but great fun, and you can tell that all involved had fun making it. A great introduction for those new to the wonderful world of Giallo.
As well as the sly, inventive script the movie's full of bombastic editing and camerawork with every piece of violence framed like a masterpiece. It really is Mario Bava on top form. I'll definitely be picking it up for my collection