HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN
aka BLUE EYES OF THE BROKEN DOLL
1974, 89 min, Spain, Dir: Carlos Aured

International horror icon Paul Naschy shreds his renowned lycanthropic persona and submerges himself into the dark and unsettling world of giallo. Suffering from recurring dreams of murder, an ex-convict (Naschy) is hired as a caretaker of an estate owned by three very strange sisters. But shortly after his arrival, his nightmares turn to reality as a killer stalks blue-eyed women to remove their eyes.


WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO SOLANGE?
COSA AVETE FATTO A SOLANGE?
1972, Arrow Video, 107 min, Italy/West Germany, Dir: Massimo Dallamano

Students at an all-girl school are being brutally murdered. But as the killings multiply, all the clues lead to a dark secret connected to Solange, a young girl who had gone missing months before. Expertly directed by Sergio Leone’s former cinematographer Massimo Dallamano and featuring a haunting score by Ennio Morricone, SOLANGE is one of the more darkly lyrical entries in the giallo subgenre.


TO ALL A GOODNIGHT
1980, Park Circus, 87 min, USA, Dir: David Hess

The students of Calvin Finishing School for Girls are throwing a big Christmas party while the headmaster is away. However an uninvited guest dressed as Santa Claus has only one present to deliver: death. The directorial debut and swan song of cult film star David Hess (THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT) is the very first Santa slasher, beating both CHRISTMAS EVIL and SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT under the Christmas horror tree. It’s the perfect sleazy stocking stuffer that’ll put a little blood in your eggnog this holiday.


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