The Red Queen Kills Seven Times

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Emilio P. Miraglia's diabolically well-heeled, wickedly warped sibling slaying slasher!

Consistently stylish thriller director Emilio P. Miraglia made a considerably sinister splash with his blood-lashed gothic-grisly Giallo 'The Night Evelyn Came out of The Grave' (1971) and promptly followed it with the no less sanguineous, higher-budgeted blood-spiller 'The Red Queen Kills Seven Times' which boisterously proved to be a 'model' example of modish Italian mayhem, a bravura bespoke nightmare of an uncommonly savage sibling rivalry, murderous greed, and the terrible ancestral curse of the psychotically cackling Red Queen, a hysterically hacking, haemoglobin harvesting,knife-wielding banshee, somewhat strikingly attired in a forbidding crimson cowl, aggressively making the once-glamorous, upwardly mobile life of beautiful fashion photographer Kitty Wildenbrück (Barbara Bouchet) a downwardly spiralling nightmare! 'The Red Queen Kills Seven Times' is arguably one of the more spry and prototypically stylish examples of a Giallo, being generously replete with an abundance of glamorously garbed Giallo Vixens serially stalked by a mercilessly malevolent, black-gloved horror harpy, her hysterically shrill slayings immaculately framed by talented DOP Alberto Spagnoli, the unholy terror befalling the murderously beleaguered Wildenbrück clan in their bucolic Bavarian environs is greatly heightened by yet another dazzling, deeply sensuous score by mercurial musical mastermind Bruno Nicolai. Emilio P. Miraglia's diabolically well-heeled, wickedly warped sibling slaying slasher, which like its exquisitely scintillating star Barbara Bouchet has a singularly refined lustre that time has not diminished.

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