Los Ojos azules de la muñeca rota (Blue Eyes of The Broken Doll) (1974)
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Naschy plays a convicted rapist that strangles women who escapes to a villa full of werido sisters - one with a bionic arm, one in a wheelchair and one an oversexed nympho. Naschy ends up bedding all three, before getting into a knife fight and shot by cops. There is a subplot about a giallo style gloved killer running around cutting the eyes out of blonde blue eyed women. There is something about a murdered girl by a nurse that never shows up, a bit of hypnosis and a killer you pretty much see coming from the first frame. Really. This one makes NO SENSE.
Outstanding Paul Naschy Film, If you havewn't seen any of his films this is a good place to start. In This he plays an ex-convict and walks into a small village and is hired by 3 sisters to do maintance around there home, he ends up doing more then just maintainance with the 3 sisters, mean while women are being murdered left and right and he is the suspect. I figured out mid way who the real killer was, but I had narrowed it down to two, the ending will tell all. Great suspense and on the edge of your chair movie. 4 Stars worth the buy.
This film shared something of a familiar formula with the other Naschy film I've seen, in that he appears shirtless, all the women in the film are gorgeous and want to sleep with him, and the film ends on a down note. The intrigue isn't all that deep, but for a Spanish pass at a GIallo thriller, this is a pretty fun little watch. Worth a rental!
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