Nora is a young tourist traveling through Rome which takes a sudden turn when she witnesses a murder by a serial killer that the police have sought for years for the so-called Alphabet Killings, and Nora soon finds herself in way-over-her-head trouble when the police want her cooperation to catch the killer while the mystery killer soon targets her for his next victim.
LOOK...and you cannot look away for everywhere you turn it's there...watching...waiting to strike!
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Did You Know?
Mario Bava was a big fan of Alfred Hitchcock, and Hitchcockian touches abound in "The Evil Eye" - including a cameo by the director. In the scene where Leticia Roman is in her bedroom at Ethel's home, the portrait on the wall with the eyes that keep following her is that of Mario Bava. See more
[into the phone
Oh mother, murders don't just happen like that here.
AIP released this as The Evil Eye, a recut version with material shot just for the US version by Bava. See more
Referenced in Amer
(Appears in the Italian version)
Sung by Adriano Celentano
Written and Composed by Adriano Celentano
(as Adicel) and Paolo Vivarelli (as Vivarelli)
Published by Edizioni Nazionalmusic and Disco Jolly See more