dealer named Giorgio returns from an out-of-town trip to find his wife
brutally murdered. Given the circumstances, he doesn't call the cops
but [regardless of the early hour] immediately goes to see his attorney.
His lawyer - also dirty in the drug trafficking business - realizes
that it's not in anybody's best interest for Giorgio to get arrested
so he advises him to hide away in a nearby, abandoned hotel. Giorgio
heads there - stopping only long enough to pick up his young mistress
Liz - and then the two hold up in the place waiting for further instructions..
Immediately, strange things begin to happen which would indicate the
hotel is both haunted and dangerous.
Director Leopoldo Savona was a filmmaker in the late-'60s/early-'70s,
responsible for 20+ motion pictures during that time, half of which
were Spaghetti Westerns (produced under the alias Leo Coleman). His
most successful was the Anthony Stephen film APOCALYPSE
JOE. Mr Savona made this film and BYLETH
DEMON OF INCEST just before retiring in 1972. He died in 2000
at age 78. .
An Italian film
with English subtitles; widescreen format (16:9), uncut (85 minutes),
DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extras include theatrical
Recommended For Adult Audiences