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Die Säge des Todes

Bloody Moon

West Germany 1981
produced by
Lisa Film, Rapid Film, Metro Film
directed by Jess Franco
starring Olivia Pascal, Christoph Moosbrugger, Alexander Waechter, Nadja Gerganoff, Jasmin Losensky, Corinna Gillwald, Ann-Beate Engelke, Peter Exacoustos, Otto W. Retzer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Miguel (Alexander Waechter), a young man with a seriously disfigured face, has spent part of his life in a psychiatric asylum for having killed a girl who refused to have sex with him. But now his sister Manuela (Nadja Gerganoff) has agreed to take care of him & takes him to live with her & their rich aunt, who run a language boarding school on the side. Of course no sooner is  Miguel arriving there do the killings start. But is it really Miguel ? Or is it his sister who he had a sexual relationship with ? The language teacher Alvaro (Christoph Moosbrugger) perhaps ? Cute gardener Antonio (Peter Exacoustos) ? Is it maybbe even someone else ? No, it's Manuela & Alvaro, who have a secret affair, alright, as final girl Angela (Olivia Pascal) has to find out after heaps of gory murders quite physically. You see, they want to get aunty's money, which she has entirely left to Miguel (aunty was meanwhile killed by our 2 villains by the way), but with himblamed for the klillings, they would get the riches. But Miguel, who has actually saved Angela from Alvaro once already, has other ideas, though they involve for some reason killing Angela himself (!) - he doesn't quite succeed, though, ending up with a knife through the throat. Our killing couple meanwhile has a fight that involves a chainsaw, leaving Alvaro dead of course, while Manuela gets her reward from a not quite dead Miguel. Angela survives of course.

 

Jess Franco was never much of a director to make straight films within the strict confines of a genre, & among genres the slasher-formula is particularly notoprious for allowing little to no deviations. So this movie turns out to be rather a bore, with little of the director's specialities visible on screen: No over the top storytelling, ironic dialogue, kinky costumes or bizarre sex (there is some sex in there, but it's rather tame not only by Franco-standards) - making this a rather unremarkable affair.

 

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