A nun who takes a few teenage girls to a house in the middle of nowhere to rehearse A Midsummer Night's Dream. Soon, three uninvited gentlemen show up to rape and terrorize everyone with a cane. Sister snaps, and declares revenge upon the wrongdoers!
The biggest extra here is Holy Beauty Vs. The Evil Beasts
, an interview with head baddie Ray Lovelock that lasts about a half an hour. It's a little bloated, but the man shares a good few interesting insights into the movie's creation and is worth watching.
You'll also find a photo gallery
, alternate opening credit
s, and even the soundtrack
is included on a separate CD. I thought the soundtrack was mostly typical awful synth-style garbage with a few guitar tracks, but I suppose if you love Italian horror, you'd think this was a keeper (although the artists on this track are no Goblin
At the end of the day, La Settima Donna is a gorgeous DVD release that has been given very special treatment for reasons I can't really name. The film is average and predictable, a rip-off of one that had come before it. It's watchable, but I can't see why anyone but the most diehard collector would pick it up. To each their own!