Whereas many examples of the Italian horror-mystery giallo genre traffic in relentlessly graphic violence, director Giuliano Carnimeo's The Case of the Bloody Iris (1972) prefers to supply its kicks via an intoxicating parade of naked Euro-babes. And you won't hear Mr. Skin screaming in protest! Fright fans, though, will have plenty to shriek about, as Bloody Iris spins the tale of an unfortunate apartment complex where female tenants have a tendency to get murdered. The place is also crawling with potential killers, including the architect who owns the joint, a sexy lesbian, and a bizarre old lady who gets off on monster-movie magazines. The beauties in distress are electrically embodied by Edwige Fenech as a fashion model, Paola Quattrini as her model roommate, and Carla Brait, playing a stripper whose signature nightclub act involves wrestling men. Iris will get your blood pumping!