Kill, Baby...Kill!

Directed by Mario Bava

Year: 1966
Running Time: 85
Color Type: Color
Country: Italy
Genres: Horror
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Kill, Baby...Kill!

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Directed by Mario Bava


NEW RESTORATION! In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, the Dr. Eswai is called by Inspector Kruger to a small village to perform an autopsy on a woman who has died under suspicious circumstances. Despite help from Ruth, the village witch, Kruger is killed and it is revealed that the dead woman, as well as other villagers, have been killed by the ghost of Melissa, a young girl who, fed by the hatred of her grieving mother, Baroness Graps, exacts her revenge on them. Dr. Eswai, along with Monica, a local nurse, are lured into a fateful confrontation at the Villa Graps...

"In director Mario Bava lies one of Italy's most important film talents.  Kill, Baby...Kill! is a small masterpiece of its kind, comparing favorably with the late Val Lewton's horror programmers of the '40s. [It's] handled so skillfully as to revitalize the genre." - Variety

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Quad Cinema New York 1499400000July 7 - July 20, 2017


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