A deadly little girl’s spirit haunts a Carpathian town, causing a coroner and a medical student to unravel her secrets as a witch tries to protect the residents.
Kill, Baby, Kill is a 1966 Italian gothic horror film directed by Mario Bava and starring Giacomo Rossi Stuart and Erika Blanc. The film, written by Bava, Romano Migliorini, and Roberto Natale, is set in an early 1900s Carpathian town that is plagued by the spirit of a murdering young girl.
Kill, Baby, Kill was overseen by one-time producers Nando Pisani and Luciano Catenacci of F.U.L. Films and was deemed a small-scale movie compared to Bava’s other films because it was created without internationally-recognized performers or the help of a big distributor.