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Lo Spettro (The Ghost) (1963)





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The alluring presence of doe-eyed horror icon Barbara Steele enlivens director Riccardo Freda's passable sequel to his own Horrible Dr. Hichcock. Steele returns as Cynthia, the troubled widow of a sadistic murderer and necrophiliac, who had once conspired with her lover to murder her husband before she could become the next of his tortured playthings. Unfortunately for her, you can't keep an evil man down, as proven by the sudden appearance of the doctor's vengeful ghost. All is not quite as it seems, however, as we learn that the menacing apparition is somehow linked to Steele's mysterious housekeeper. A workmanlike effort from the otherwise capable Freda (I Vampiri), this film plays like a less stylish retread of Diabolique.


Barbara Steele
as Margaret Hichcock
Leonard Elliott
as Dr. Hichcock
Peter Baldwin
as Dr. Charles Livingstone
Harriet White
as Catherine Wood
Carlo Kechler
as Police Superintendent
Harriet Medin
as Catherine
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I loved Barbara Steele's performance in this movie, she's so cool, and the story is really good. This is fantastic for a low budget horror movie, and I recommend it.

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