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Spider Labyrinth

Professor Alan Whitmore is sent to Budapest to search for fellow professor and researcher Leo Roth. Roth has just discovered the final clues to a lost religion which numerous scholars have been researching. When he arrives, he finds Roth a paranoid and terrified mess. Roth gives Alan a group of photos and papers relating to the discovery, and tells him to return later in the evening. When he returns he discovers Roth's dead body hanging in a giant cobweb.

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Professor Alan Whitmore is sent to Budapest to search for fellow professor and researcher Leo Roth. Roth has just discovered the final clues to a lost religion which numerous scholars have been researching. When he arrives, he finds Roth a paranoid and terrified mess. Roth gives Alan a group of photos and papers relating to the discovery, and tells him to return later in the evening. When he returns he discovers Roth's dead body hanging in a giant cobweb. Alan begins to investigate the mystery surrounding the event and discovers a horrifying creature in the shape of a woman with flaming red hair and bulging eyes. Starring Roland Wybenga, Paola Rinaldi, Marghareta Von Krauss and William Berger. Directed by Gianfranco Giangni. "The best supernatural oriented Italian horror film since Argento's INFERNO, a film whose intriguing stylistic bravura stands with the best of Bava, Avati, Fulci and Freda, in the higher echelon of Italian shock cinema."-EYEBALL MAGAZINE

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AKA:Nedo Del Rango,il
Director:Gianfranco Giangni
Year:1990
Language:English,Japanese subs
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.2
Video Quality:9.2
Starring:Roland Wybenga Paola Rinaldi Marghareta Von Kraus William Berger

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