Caroll minding her own business.
C’mon, let’s gather ’round the J&B!
Carol Baker drinks a lot of J&B in this movie – For reasons lost to us, she uses a glass.
J&B with matching telephone.
Jean Sorel’s choice is clear.
Verson Jetorix: “A prime slice of Euro-Hitchockian fun with a pill-popping, J&B-chugging Carroll Baker and a jailbait-fucking, murderous Jean Sorel. They make a great pair.”
Luc Merenda gets off the floor and makes a grab for the J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Gorgeous Senta Berger with chainsaw. Need I say more? Anita Strindberg pulls a Kinski and Luc Merenda phones it in but this is still quite the enjoyable little drug-related mystery.”
Verson Jetorix: “Jean Sorel, Marisa Mell, and Elsa Martinelli star in what must be considered one of the best, if not the best, of Fulci’s films. Visuals, music, and story blend into an enjoyable and satisyingly cohesive whole, for a change.”
Verson Jetorix: “Comparable in theme and quality to REPULSION, Francesco Barilli’s mad hatter tale is a remarkably nuanced and accomplished work. Mimsy Farmer gives a central performance of surprising depth that outshines even her fragile beauty.”
J&B on a silver platter!
One should be careful when placing J&B on the table edge, but Carroll Baker likes to have it handy.
A little moody J&B on the patio. Out of the bottle too.
Verson Jetorix: “Umberto Lenzi’s enjoyably sleazy descent into debauchery still holds up for anyone interested in that Euro-ambience. And J&B. ETC’s cut has lots more nudity than versions watched previously.”
Nothing like a little J&B to calm an actor down after a rape and strangulation scene.
Verson Jetorix: “Riccardo Freda’s gothic giallo is still good fun. Anita Strindberg looks great and so does Silvia (WAVES OF LUST) Dionisio who spends a good amount of time topless. Lots of atmosphere in which to wallow.”
What you should see in every mirror.
I’ll have whatever’s in that pitcher.
Thug rapist and J&B, a portrait.
Trust us, it’s J&B.
She’s looking better all the time.