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Twitch Of The Death Nerve (1971)
Starring: Claudine Auger, Laura Betti, Luigi Pistilli, Bridgette Skay, Claudio Volonte
Director: Mario Bava
Category: Horror, Cult
Studio: Image Ent.
84 mins



Countess Federica, the elderly owner of a coveted piece of bayside property, is brutally slain by her husband, Filippo Donati-- who is himself killed by a mysterious third person at the murder scene!Who is the killer?Could it be the real estate developer Frank Ventura?Or Paolo Fosatti, an entomologist neighbor who wants to preserve the natural insect life thriving around the bay?The Countess's illegitimate son, in a bid to claim a name for himself?Or could it be Albert, the weak-willed husband of Donati's ambitious daughter, Renata?Brace yourself, because no one's a suspect for very long in Mario Bava's black comedy of human greed -- which boasts 13 characters and 13 of the most shocking murders ever filmed!