Seven Women for Satan (1974)





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Count Zaroff (Michel Lemoine), a seemingly ordinary businessman, relishes sick visions of torture and is dogged by the urge to hunt humans, a sport favored by his late father. When a young couple visits his castle and confesses to a fascination with the place's macabre past, Zaroff may no longer be able to suppress his dark desires. Nubile beauties and gore abound in this twist on The Most Dangerous Game, originally banned in its native France.
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Total crap. Frenchy film banned in its own country. A bit of a sequel to Most Dangerous Game, but fails like most 70s horror - should I keep digging further in this era or just plain give up? A good 1970s horror film is hard to come by for me - maybe its the film stock that was typically used that bothers me so, but damn this era for churning out so much crap.


Count Zaroff hates women. Boy, does he hate women. He hates them all weekend long. He humiliates, tortures and murders them in various sadistic ways with the help of his manservant. And... that's about all the plot there is in this French flop set to maximum misogyny. Otherwise, what you're getting with this one is the kind of soft core porn that one might see in a late night Cinemax movie. The story and the acting are equally monotonous; I found myself driven to distraction after the first 45 minutes or so. My attention would check back in every so often only to find something more interesting to do after a few more minutes. French horror cinema of the 1970's is generally a failure. "Seven Women for Satan" is a humdrum example of where it all went wrong.

Brian Seitzman
Brian Seitzman

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