THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE
(LA NOTTE CHE EVELYN USCI DALLA TOMBA) 1971
Director: Emilio P. Miraglia
Reviewed by Paghat the Ratgirl
The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971) is not a supernatural tale, but a gothic tale of madness. The film gets off the ground with a "kill the hooker" scene without even a gore pay-off to justify its misogyny as sleezy giallo entertainment. We soon understand that Allan (Antonio De Teffe) is deeply unhappy about his psychotic breaks during which he murders red-headed women who remind him of his late wife who died in childbirth.
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