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La Dama Rossa Uccide Sette Volte

The Red Queen Kills Seven Times
Die Rote Dame / The Corpse Which Didn't Want to Die / Blood Feast / Feast of Flesh / The Lady in Red Kills Seven Times

Italy / West Germany 1972
produced by
Phoenix Cinematografica, Romano Film, Traian Boeru
directed by Emilio Miraglia
starring Barbara Bouchet, Ugo Pagliai, Marina Malfatti, Marino Masé, Pia Giancaro, Sybil Danning, Nino Korda, Fabrizio Moresco, Rudolf Schündler, Maria Antonietta Guido, Carla Mancini, Bruno Bertocci
story by Fabio Pittorru, screenplay by Fabio Pittorru, Emilio Miraglia, music by Bruno Nicolai

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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There is a legend about the house of Wildenbrück that every 100 years, one of the girls of the family will murder her sister, then sister will return from the grave to kill 6 times before murdering her sister to top it all off - but these are of course stories from a long bygone time, with little relevance for today ... if it wasn't that Kitty (Barbara Bouchet) had accidently killed her sister Eveline in a minor struggle, and it's only thanks to her sister Franziska (Marina Malfatti) and Franziska's husband Herbert (Nino KordaI) that none of this got out, Eveline's corpse got tucked away in the basement insted. But shortly thereafter, the girls' granddad (Rudolf Schündler), oblivious to Eveline's demise (as everyone else, he thinks she has emigrated to the USA), dies from a heart attack after having seen "the Red Queen" -  according to legend the killer's disguise. Now that might still be explained away as the about-to-die imagination of an old man, but soon enough, at the fashion house Kitty works at, more and more people start to die, and what makes it worse, Kitty's (married) boyfriend Martin (Ugo Pagliai) is the key suspect - and when his own wife is killed, that doesn't make him any less suspicious, does it. That said though, the leads to him are almost too perfect to be true, also thanks to a model (Sybil Danning) vying for his attention, so it pretty much has to be someone else ... or does it?


Ok, when watching The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, don't even try to get too involved intellectually - the giallo genre as such hasn't always been the best to deliver strictly logical plots, but this one really takes the cake with a particularly far-fetched resolultion ... but that said, in hindsight, that's what the giallo genre was always about, silly stories that don't necessarily make absolute sense but deliver thrills, some gruesomeness, sexy bits, and 1970s hipness - and these are the things The Red Queen Kills Seven Times really delivers plentiful. So no, don't expect this to be a classic like you'd expect most Dario Argento movies to be classics, but it's a great and by the way very enjoyable trip down memory lane that ought to entertain not only the genre fan ...


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