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Hatchet for the Honeymoon
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Directed By
Mario Bava

Written By:
Mario Bava, Santiago Moncada

Cast:
Dagmar Lassander, Laura Betti, Femi Benussi, Luciano Pigozzi, Gerard Tichy, Pasquale Fortunato, Verónica Llimera, Stephen Forsyth, Jesús Puente, Antonia Mas, Verónica Llimera, José Ignacio Abadal, Silvia Lienas, Montserrat Riva


 
Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
July 1st, 2009

Favorite Movie Quote: "I know I just kill. And shall have to keep on killing, until I find out the truth."

John (Stephen Forsyth) is trapped in a marriage he cannot escape because his wife (Laura Betti) controls the money. he has a secret that no one suspects - he is a serial killer.

He kills women on their honeymoon and some that are leaving him to get married. He is trying to finds some answers. he is completely crazy, of course.

Inspector Russell (Jesús Puente), who seems to be channeling Columbo, is trying to find out what happened to several women who are missing. He shows just as John has killed his wife, who continues to haunt him even after she is buried.

He eventually discovers the secret he has repressed in this suspenseful film that forgoes nudity and gore for suspenseful terror and madness.

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