Both films presented in glorious 35mm!
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO SOLANGE?
1972, Arrow Video, 107 min, Italy, Dir: Massimo Dallamano
Students at an all girl school are being brutally murdered. But as the murders become connected, all the clues lead to reveal a dark secret connected Solange, a young girl who had gone missing months before. Expertly directed by Sergio Leone’s former cinematographer Massimo Dallamano and featuring a haunting score by Ennio Morricone, SOLANGE is one of the more darkly lyrical entries in the giallo sub-genre.
HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN
1974, 89 min, Spain, Dir: Carlos Aured
International horror icon Paul Naschy shreds his renown lycanthropic persona and submerges himself into into the dark and unsettling world of Giallo. Suffering from re-occurring dreams of murder, an ex-convict (Naschy) is hired on as a caretaker of an estate owned by three very strange sisters. But shortly after his arrival, his nightmares turn to reality as a killer stalks blue-eyed women to remove their eyes. (aka BLUE EYES OF THE BROKEN DOLL)