Steven Herrada’s review published on Letterboxd:
Definitely not the best giallo film I have seen, but it's entertaining enough to get the job done. To me it almost feels like a tone downed version of The New York Ripper, with all the sleaze, nudity, and gore, except it's not nearly as extreme and the story isn't set in New York. Without spoiling anything, the killers identity is extremely easy to pinpoint and his reveal is something that most viewers will know straight from the beginning. Also while the film is never boring, I can't help but feel like there are better giallo films than this, due to the extremely familiar been there done that nature of the film.