The Red Queen Kills Seven Times | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | May 30, 2016
entertainment value
Giallo murder mystery with the aesthetics of a haunted house film. Familiar (ie: formulaic) but well crafted entry for genre fans.
genre foreign | Thriller
synopsis The film starts out incredibly in a beautiful Gothic castle in Germany. As little girls, Kitty Wildenbrück and her sister Evelyn have been fighting when their grandfather tells them the story behind an incredibly uncanny painting: Legend has it that a fiendish Red Lady is to return to the castle every hundred years and kill seven people. Fourteen years later, Kitty (Barbara Bouchet) has become a successful fashion photographer. Suddenly, people begin to get murdered...
lead actors Sybil Danning | Pia Giancaro | Marino Masé | Marina Malfatti | Ugo Pagliai | Barbara Bouchet | Nino Korda | Fabrizio Moresco | Rudolf Schündler | Maria Antonietta Guido | Carla Mancini | Bruno Bertocci
director Emilio Miraglia