Kill, Baby, Kill (Italian: Operazione paura, lit. Operation Fear) is a 1966 Italian horror film directed by Mario Bava and starring Giacomo Rossi-Stuart and Erika Blanc. Based on a story co-written by Bava, Romano Migliorini, and Roberto Natale, the film focuses on a small village in the early 1900s that is being terrorized by the ghost of a murderous young girl.
Shot in Calcata in 1965, Kill, Baby, Kill had a troubled production. F.U.L. Films ran out of money during production, the film was shot without a complete script, and the score was compiled from stock music created for earlier film productions. During its domestic theatrical release in Italy, the film grossed 201 million Italian lira. With the re-evaluation of Bava’s filmography, Kill, Baby, Kill has been acclaimed by filmmakers and critics.
Sound of Horror (Spanish: El sonido de la muerte) is a 1966 Spanish horror film directed by José Antonio Nieves Conde. Dave Sindelar on his website Fantastic Movie Musings and Ramblings gave the film a positive review, stating that in spite of its flaws, the film still managed to be scary. TV Guide reacted more negatively to the film, awarded it one out of five stars
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