starring: Michel Lemoine · Howard Vernon · Joelle Coeur
· Nathalie Zeiger
When this film was
initially completed in France, it was refused release by the French Censors.
Eventually, an edited (82-minute) English version surfaced in the Netherlands
and Great Britain. Over the years, various edits (ranging from 62 to 84
minutes) have been released, under an array of titles (including "Seven
Women for Satan," Seven Women for the Sadist"). But now the
fully uncut (86 minute) version has finally become available in France,
with both a French and English soundtrack, under the original title [Les
Weekends Malefiques Du Comte Zaroff].
Count Boris Zaroff
is the son of a notorious sadist who used to capture women and hunt them
down on his country estate. Now, with his father dead, Count Boris - benefiting
from the abundance of female hitchhikers - continues the tradition. Then,
one weekend, two visitors arrive at his castle. The young woman is fascinated
by the tales of Zaroff Sr. and she asks to see the famous torture chamber.
Boris and his trusted (but mysterious) butler are happy to demonstrate.
French film; widescreen, two discs [one in French and the other in English
language]; totally uncut (86 min.) version in DVD encoded for ALL REGIONS
NTSC, playable on any American DVD machine; extras include gallery and
Violence/Adult Material/Nudity/Rape/Sexual Brutality/Whipping/Torture:
For Mature Audiences Only.