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The Killer Must Kill Again

DIRECTED BY - Luigi Cozzi

A little-known gem of Italian giallo, popular from the 1960s through the 1980s, THE KILLER MUST KILL AGAIN is an early project from director Luigi Cozzi, and arguably one of his best. When the wealthy but shady businessman Mainardi (George Hilton) comes across a killer (Antoine Saint-John, billed as Michael Antoine) dumping a corpse off a dock, he recognizes an opportunity and seizes it. With a little blackmail and a hefty sum of money, he arranges to have the murderer knock off his wife (Teresa Velazquez) while he attends a society function. Unfortunately, after the killer has stashed her body in the trunk of a car, the vehicle is promptly stolen by a carefree young couple on a joyride; Mainardi must field questions from suspicious authorities while the killer searches for the car. The couple, meanwhile, has retreated to a secluded seaside cottage, where they have no idea of the danger that stalks them... Cozzi has delivered a finely-acted, surprisingly well-crafted B-movie masterpiece, reminiscent in plot of Hitchcock's STRANGERS ON A TRAIN.

Film Info

RUNTIME - 90 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 1975

FORMAT - DVD Region All

COUNTRY - Italy, France

LANGUAGE - Italian


ATTRIBUTES - Widescreen, Anamorphic

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