Originally Posted by Dehydrator
Watched it the other night and liked it a lot. If the budget was really that low the guys who produced it did an amazing job as the period atmosphere and detail is incredible I thought. The only weak point is the ending, just doesn´t make sense to me and feels like a cheap way to go out. But otherwise this can´t be recommended enough.
I love "Kill Baby Kill aka Operatione Paura". Bava´s knack for atmospheric horror is unmatched and that whole sequence which ends in the repeating room is pure evil genius. Sorta which they´d release a decent version of it already.
What mattered to me in "Eyes of Fire" was that...
..."Kill Baby Kill" was the last movie in a boxset with "Black Sunday," "The Girl Who Knew Too Much," "Black Sabbath" and "Knives of the Avenger." It is The Mario Bava Collection Volume 1 and they are supposedly remastered and cleaned up. From what I recall, they all looked good. "Kill Baby Kill" certainly did. Among them...
Black Sunday - **1/2 out of 4
The Girl Who Knew Too Much - *** - may have been the invention of the giallo film and is a good one.
Black Sabbath - **1/2
Knives of the Avenger - ***