Imagine this scene with a CD player…
George Hilton realizing it’s J&B time.
A psycho killer distracts Alberto de Mendoza and Janine Reynaud from the J&B.
I love coming home to this.
George Hilton getting Anita Strindberg J&B in a highball glass.
Imagine this scene with an HDTV…
A classic J&B ad.
The official whiskey of the Giallo. Here, a homosexual eagerly awaits his J&B.
A heterosexual contemplating J&B.
The perfect thing when you hear the killer moving around in your house.
A rare sight: J&B through the killer’s eyes!
Evelyn Stewart puts her handbag down next to J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Not the most primo of gialli but this is still quite enjoyable with startling locations and way groovy tunes by Gianni Ferrio.”
George Hilton, a jug of J&B and some ugly furnishings.
Speaks for itself.
God-like view of a very small bottle of J&B.
Susan Scott keeping a bottle handy.
Edwige and J&B. This couldn’t have been better if we’d staged it ourselves.
Verson Jetorix: “Fun in the nonsensical way of these Satanic thrillers. Good cast, some nudity, and an endearing incoherence that makes it worth while.”