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Franco also edited the film, and dubbed the voice of actor Albino Graziani. The make-up on the zombie monks was extremely low budget, consisting mostly of dried shaving cream lather rubbed on the actor's faces. Several waitresses visit an almost abandoned resort hotel out of season, only to find that the long-dead monks of the local former monastery have returned as zombies.
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Take a look back at these Hollywood icons in their early days to see how far they've come in their careers—and how little they've visibly aged. See the gallery. Living in a town near Munich, four waitresses at a topless joint decide to take a few days off work to visit the sunny Gran Canaria. Following the travel agency's recommendation, they finally arrive at this dream hotel by the beach, filled with high expectations of having a good time; however, right from the start, the girls sense a strange vibe. Why is this hotel completely vacant, and the beach mysteriously deserted?
Four strippers take a vacation and wind up at a Spanish resort complex that, despite the hotel receptionist's claims of it being fully booked, appears to be completely empty. After one of the girls mysteriously vanishes and another ends up dead in the pool, both accompanied by the tolling bell from a nearby monastery, Candy and Caty must try to solve the mystery that seems to involve the Spanish Inquisition. Golden Films Internacional S. Mansion is an unfolding series of spatial-temporal mappings of isolated locations, a process of imbuing locations with psychic overlays in form of movements thru or in space. Franco paints with movement, from the finer linework of bodies enmeshed or clashing together in tight spaces, the subtle movements of eyes in tight closeup, or the moving of a thrashing head in and out of frame -- to the broader strokes and colors of wide angles of the sea, the vaster movements of trees in the sun drunk grey air, or…. A simply plotted classic from the Jess Franco stable in which four hot girls go on holiday to a posh hotel on the Canary Islands and discover the nearby monastery has a deadly secret. Although never acknowledged as such this appears to be a rehash of Amando de Ossorio's Blind Dead series. The skeletal monks look almost identical to the ones in Tombs of the Blind Dead although one or two also appear to have had their faces coated in porridge rather than being skeletons Although not credited it seemed to me that Franco himself dubbed the lead monks voice. The first half of the film is horror lite as we get to know the four girls including the magnificent….