Seven Dead in the Cat's Eye (1973) Antonio Margheriti

Seven Dead in the Cat's Eye (1973)
aka La morte negli occhi del gatto
aka Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye (1973)
Genre: Gothic Horror | Giallo
Country: Italy | Director: Antonio Margheriti
Language: Italian | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 94mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x544 - 23.976fps - 4.37gb

In a small Scottish village, horribly murdered bodies keep turning up. Suspicion falls upon the residents of a nearby castle that is haunted by a curse involving a killer cat.

"Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye" is a great giallo from the director of "School Girl Killer" (1968) and "The Virgin of Nuremberg" (1963), among others. A series of savage and gory killings take place in a Scottish castle... all watched, with a lazy eye, by a cat. A young schoolgirl Corringa (Jane Birkin) tries to discover some of the castle's secrets.

Antonio Margheriti adapted this Gothic chiller from a novel by Peter Bryan. The film is very atmospheric and there's enough suspense to make fans of Italian horror happy. There are some stylish cut throat razor killings and plenty of Gothic elements (everything from hidden doors leading to bat infested, cobwebbed corridors to family curses). Check it out. Highly recommended.
 Seven Dead in the Cat's Eye (1973)

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2 Response to "Seven Dead in the Cat's Eye (1973) Antonio Margheriti"

  1. Thank you !!! I've never seen this Margheriti movie, and it has Jane Birkin in it !

    Wow!, I almost can’t believe my eyes!. I was desperately waiting for a bluray release and Eng sub for this Gothic Horror-Giallo Italian classic and you just made this become true!. Thank you and thanks too to the respected ripper who share this with us.

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