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Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll

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Director: Carlos Aured
1973 / 89min / 35mm

Paul Naschy, the brooding, broad-shouldered, barrel-chested leading man who was the biggest name in Fantaterror, co-wrote Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll with director Aured, and stars in it as a skint drifter who hitches his way to a new town and finds handyman work at the manorial home of three strange sisters. It transpires that he’s an escaped con and a chauvinist creep haunted by violent nightmares, but these ladies seem scarcely less sinister—not for nothing was the movie released on VHS as House of Psychotic Women—and you’re kept guessing as to who is killing blue-eyed girls around town and scooping their peepers right up to the final unnerving unmasking.