The Murder Clinic (1966) Elio Scardamaglia

The Murder Clinic (1966)
aka La lama nel corpo
Genre: Giallo
Country: Italy | France | Director: Elio Scardamaglia
English or Italian (2 separate audio tracks)  
Subtitles: English (.srt file)
 Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.66:1 | Length: 83mn
Vhsrip Xvid Avi - 640x384 - 25fps - 952mb

Patients and staff of an isolated mental hospital are being killed off by a hooded maniac who stalks the halls. 

Mary is a new nurse at the prestigious Vance Clinic which is run by Dr. Robert Vance and his wife Elizabeth.A female thief named Giselle is put in the clinic by Dr.Vance.She begins to hear strange sounds in the attic and discovers badly disfigured woman there.In the meantime a mysterious black cape wearing killer stalks and attacks female patients with a razor.Stylish and sadly neglected Gothic giallo with splendid performance of William Berger and stylish direction by Elio Scardamaglia.Great score by Francesco De Masi plus several suspenseful and pretty violent stalking/murder sequences.

Note: The italian audio is CAM Audio not the best quality with the occasional drop out and laughter from the audience, god knows when this showed in italy , could have even being a private screening but the main thing it now available to all.
 The Murder Clinic (1966)

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5 Response to "The Murder Clinic (1966) Elio Scardamaglia "

  1. grazie mille!

    Donnie says:

    Man!, you and your blog are a live example for proving that "too good to be true" is a very not true saying!. A special thanks for this rare sub!.

    radisnoir says:

    many thanks for this.

    mlsarcher says:

    Could you please upload the improved custom fandub of The Murder Clinic along with The Fourth Victim (1971) and A... come assassino (1966)? Thank you very much.

    Thank you!

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