Before Mario Bava's BLACK SABBATH and THE WHIP AND THE BODY, there was MILL OF THE STONE WOMEN—the first Italian horror movie to be shot in dreamlike color. Art student Hans von Arnam arrives at an old mill to write a book about its celebrated sculptures of women in the throes of death and torture. But when Hans encounters the beautiful and mysterious Elfi, his own fate becomes inexorably tied with hers, as well as the shocking secret that lies at the heart of the "Mill of the Stone Women." A must-see for fans of Hammer horror films, this gothic chiller opened the floodgates for a slew of spaghetti nightmares, including the work of maestro Dario Argento. Newly restored from the original 35mm camera negative!