Directed by: Jack Weis
Actors: Curt Dawson, Gwen Arment, Laura Misch Owens, Cathryn Lacey and Nancy Dancer
Also known as: Emisario del Terror, O diestramenos dolofonos
Description: In New Orlean, on the eve of Mardi Gras (costumed carnival in the streets of the city) happens a series of ritual murders, in which the victims are prostitutes and strippers, to the glory of the evil goddess of the Aztecs.
Review: Common situation. There is gore, which the director wanted to shock the audience. At one time, the gore is not out, and when 30 years later, still lit up our light by their appearance, it was found that except for three and a half extra uporotyh he owes fans themselves, and not give up. Generally, this tape is extremely rare and if I had not looked at the American torrents, I never would have heard about her. But did you go – “Mardi Gras Massacre” is there and, surprisingly, still sound.
Attention, plot. A well-dressed, imposing man in his forties walks in clubs and picks prostitutes. Then brings them home, undress, put on the couch, binds and rubs oil. And then it turns out that apparently nice man actually is a malicious fool, who in the name of some ancient Aztec god commits ritual – pierces the girl’s right hand, and then an incision in the left foot, and finally cut open his stomach and pulls out his heart. Fatality.