Product DetailsA group of extremely glamourous college coeds (Suzy Kendall among them) are being stalked by a hooded sex-killer whose weapon of choice is a hacksaw. Despite this perverse premise and an equally sick title (which translates as "The Bodies Show Signs of Carnal Violence"), this remains a rather dull exercise, representing the lower end of the Italian giallo thriller spectrum and lacking much of the violence common to films of the same genre, thus failing to keep its flimsy plot in motion.
Store CommentsSpecial Features Murders in Perugia - interview with co-writer/director Sergio Martino U.S. opening credits Theatrical trailers TV spots Radio spot Poster STill gallery
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