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Night After Night After Night (1969)

| Drama, Crime, Horror | 1969 (UK)
A Jack the Ripper-type serial killer is loose in London. Suspicion falls on a transvestite judge.

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Credited cast:
Jack May ...
Judge Charles Lomax
Justine Lord ...
Helena Lomax
Gilbert Wynne ...
Inspector Bill Rowan
Linda Marlowe ...
Jenny Rowan
Terry Scully ...
Carter
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Pete Laver
Peter Forbes-Robertson ...
Powell
Jacqueline Clarke ...
Josie Leach
Jack Smethurst ...
Chief Inspector
Michael Nightingale ...
Martingale, solicitor
Simon Lack ...
Endell's Q.C.
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shirley Easton ...
Stripper #2
John Gabriel ...
Counsel
Carol Haddon ...
Prostitute #1
April Harlow ...
Stripper #1
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A Jack the Ripper-type serial killer is loose in London. Suspicion falls on a transvestite judge.

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The Ripper is waiting ...

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Drama | Crime | Horror

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Delightfully shagnasty British shocker
10 April 2004 | by (fabulous Las Vega$!) – See all my reviews

A rash of brutal slayings leads Scotland Yard investigators to a pompous mod hipster, but the true culprit may be a lot closer to home than anyone realizes.

This glowering little slasher genre prototype is a leering and perverse cocktail of sexual depravity, and may be of more than just passing interest to fans of both gialli and lurid trash cinema. Briskly paced compared to many contemporaneous British thrillers, this one surprises with steady direction, credible performances, and occasional off-kilter camera-work which enhances the delirium of the grisly goings-on. One standout flaw is the film's weak conclusion...though not unsatisfactory, it's a tad anti-climatic and hurried.

Pardonable inconsistencies aside, a very worthwhile watch. 6.5/10


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