I adore this film for some reason. British exploitation at it's best, filled with nudity ( both male and female suprisingly) and some very risque dialogue for 1972, plus a bucketful of quite nasty gore too. What more could a horror lover want?
The film looks stunning in Blu-Ray. As if it was made yesterday, with gorgeous colour and fine intricate detail that leaps off the screen. Some amusing extras involve the female horror host re-enacting a scene in the movie to spoof it quite nicely, and also an interesting talk discussing the films place in slasher movie history. Seems that people think this is a landmark film in a lot of ways, and ahead of it's time for the level of nastiness and flesh on display. Of course the film has many critics to ridicule it, but it is now a cult title and has gone beyond that.