Jennifer (Edwige Fenech) and her friend both move into a new apartment were the last tenant, a stripper has been drowned in the bath. Things start to get worse when her psychotic ex husband starts stalking her and when she starts a relationship with a mysterious architect (George Hilton). As the death toll rises so do the suspects, could it be her disfigured neighbour with his religious over baring mother, the architect, her lesbian friend or someone else?
As a big Giallo fan I never really had high hopes for this one, but I have to say this is a well made and classy film. Director Giuliano Carnimeo (AKA Anthony Ascott) who mainly worked in the Spaghetti Western genre and is most famous for directing the four official Sartana sequels handles this film very well and doesn't allow it to be ruined by to many cliques.
Edwige Fenech acts well in the lead role and to my amazement actually kept her clothes on for the majority of this film which I can guess won't go down to well with her fans. George Hilton is as usual good as Fenech's love interest and there's also good supporting performances from Giampiero Albertini and George Rigaud.
Bruno Nicolai as usual supplies a good and catchy music score which isn't as good as some of his other work in the Giallo genre but it's still a good soundtrack.
Overall a very interesting Giallo that should be seen by fans of Italian horror.
The DVD is NTSC but although it says its region 1 it is in fact region 0.
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