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: “A classic Italian giallo with the famous pair of Edwige Fenech and George Hilton. Well worth seeking out. Ivan Rassimov is in this too and it features shall we say, adult relationships and a twisty plot.”
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.”