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Island of Death (1976)

Ta paidia tou Diavolou (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror | 1976 (Greece)
A couple of perverted and maniac killers get loose on a Greek island.

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Robert Behling ...
Christopher (as Bob Belling)
Jane Lyle ...
Celia (as Jane Ryall)
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Patricia
Gerard Gonalons ...
Foster
Jannice McConnell ...
Leslie (as Janice McConnel)
Ray Richardson ...
(as Ray Zuk)
Marios Tartas ...
(as Mario Tatras)
Efi Bani ...
(as Efi Banny)
Clay Half ...
(as Clay Huff)
Jeremy Rousseau
Elizabeth Spader
Nikos Tsachiridis ...
Shepherd
Mike Murtagh
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A British couple on a break on a small Greek Island are spreading terror beyond anything the islanders could have ever imagined. Only stopping every once in a while to shag anything that moves, be it man, woman or animal. But will they go unpunished, or will the inspector from London be able to put an end to their killing spree? Written by JW85

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The budget was so low that director Nico Mastorakis took a small acting part in the film because the actor originally cast in the wanted what was equivalent to $80. See more »

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When they are flying the plane it appears to be landing halfway through the scene, then suddenly its high up again in the next shot. See more »

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Referenced in Exploring Island of Death (2015) See more »

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Destination
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Music by Nikos Lavranos (as Nick Lavranos)
Lyrics by Nico Mastorakis
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Tarantino's wet dream
1 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A British couple, Christopher (Bob Behling) and Celia (Jane Lyle) arrive on a peaceful Greek island to seemingly indulge in photography and the sun. We come to discover that Christopher is a religious fanatic, who, when he's not taking photos and sleeping with his sister, enjoys a spot of goat-raping (goatsploitation?), gay-bashing, and feeding paint to sleazy decorators. He enjoys watching his soon-to-be-victims fornicating with Celia from a distance before flipping out and doing a bit of the ol' murdering. Complete with electronic sound effects, bad camera-work, and terrible acting, this is probably Tarantino's wet dream.

For the rest of us (I hope) this is bottom-of-the-barrel guff. I mean, this is shockingly bad stuff. I like a bit of cheap, guilty-pleasure crap as much as the next film fan, but this is just beyond explanation. Things just don't make sense. The aforementioned paint-feeding scene shows the victim being nailed to the floor, crucifixion-style, with the nails going barely a couple of millimetres into the ground, and then he proceeds to willingly opening his mouth and swallow the paint without struggling in the slightest, just making the odd murmur. Oh, the pain! It's a scene that Herschell Gordon Lewis would probably turn to his assistant and say 'listen, this is just too f*****g s**t!'. The film is basically this over and over again for 90 minutes, and it stops being funny after about 10. Avoid at all costs.

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