In Medieval France a warlock is be-headed and his wife tortured and executed. Hundreds of years later an isolated group of people discover his head buried on their property. Soon it comes ... See full summary »
Paul Naschy plays a supporting role as a deranged gravedigger in this zombie movie, set in a small highland village in 19th-century Scotland, where a stranger's arrival to claim an ... See full summary »
José Luis Merino
Maria Pia Conte,
A jewel heist goes wrong, resulting in several deaths. Naschy is left with the loot and he takes off with the the cash before the gang is supposed to meet back up. Gang leader Frank Brana ... See full summary »
An ex-convict, troubled by dreams that he strangles women, is hired as the caretaker on an estate owned by three very strange sisters. Soon after his arrival, a serial killer begins ... See full summary »
A young European boy living in San Francisco is reluctant to marry his long-term girlfriend because he wants to travel around the world first. His wealthy uncle agrees to send him on a ... See full summary »
Naschy plays a member of a kidnapping gang in a story inspired by the famous Patricia Hearst case. The frightened and psychologically traumatized kidnapped woman, played by Maria Jose ... See full summary »
María José Cantudo,
The action movie is based on the title character, a World Health Organisation (WHO) doctor and martial arts expert who fights bad guys, created in 1970 by scriptwriter Jean Ollivier and artist Carlo Marcello for "Pif Gadget", a weekly kids' comic book magazine in France. See more »
Christian-Jaque had great success with the tulips, his two most successful films being "Fan-Fan the Tulip" with Gérard Philipe and "The Black Tulip" with Alain Delon, both in the same genre, swashbuckling adventures. Here, he's trying another kind of adventure, James Bond style, but the story is totally flat, uninteresting. In vain there is a real Bond actor, Gert Fröbe, in a double role and even very good. All the other actors, including the protagonists John Phillip Law and Nathalie Delon, they fail to make the film captivating.
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