While vacationing in Italy, a young woman with a passion for crime fiction witnesses a brutal murder. With the help of a handsome young doctor (John Saxon), she launches her own investigation and uncovers a series of crimes known as the 'Alphabet Murders,' only to realize that she may be next on the killer's list. This Kino Classics edition includes both the original Italian-language version (The Girl Who Knew Too Much) as well as the American cut (Evil Eye, featuring a score by Les Baxter and alternate footage). The last of Bava's features to be shot in black-and-white, Evil Eye is considered one of the earliest gialli, and opened the door for Bava to indulge in a more violent and provocative flavor of films.
Evil Eye (the AIP American release English language version) mastered in HD from the original 35mm negative
The Girl Who Knew Too Much (the alternate European cut), in Italian with optional English subtitles
Audio commentary by Tim Lucas, author of Mario Bava: All the Colors of the Dark
Original theatrical trailers