Anita Strindberg and Luigi Pistilli and some bedside J&B.
With as much J&B they have around the house, some is bound to hit the floor.
Luigi Pistilli and J&B in a high ball glass – by day.
Luigi Pistilli and J&B – by night.
The J&B delivery man! No wonder they have bottles in every room.
Verson Jetorix: “If you fast forward thru the stupid hippie song and the stupid dirt bike racing (both sequences probably total less than 10 minutes of screen time) what you have left is a primo Poe/giallo hybrid dripping with an atmosphere of morbid decadence well worth your time.”
J&B by the case – at work!!
The black gloved killer enjoys some J&B before a little murder and mutilation.
A fat guy in front of another case of J&B.
Nino Castelnuovo lounges in bed with J&B between him and Edwige Fenech.
Ahhh, the lovely Edwige Fenech and J&B.
And finally, a little attempted rape clearly influenced by J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Ever so sleazy, this excuse for nudity and murder lacks a good score and any subtlety whatsoever. Right up there with SLAUGHTER HOTEL for redeeming social value.”
As good as this looks, there’s actually another bottle of J&B on the floor. Kid you not.
And pick up another bottle of J&B, Edwige is coming over.
Verson Jetorix: “There’s something lovable about Sergio Martino’s first giallo. It’s so obvious but it hits all the right notes; music, ambience, technical achievement, star power. It’s definitely one of the top genre entries.”
A great cast gathers on Mario Bava’s J&B Island.
Everyone hits the J&B pretty hard after they find the first body.
Maurice Poli even drinks from the bottle….
and then washes his hands with J&B!!!!
Ooooooh, Ira von Furstenburg!
Maurice Poli actually drinking from a glass. I don’t think there was water on the island.
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.”