Debbie Reynolds is delightfully unlike herself in full blonde bombshell, sexpot mode while Shelley Winters is so meek and fragile, you don't know wether you want to smack her or hug her. It all goes on a bit long, but the lingering effects of psychic trauma are intriguingly explored and the ending will tattoo itself upon your brain.
Sometimes cheesy, but still very entertaining psycho-thriller. Fans of "aging actresses" movies will appreciate the over-the-top macabre theatrics, and both Shelly Winters and Debbie Reynolds are at the top of their melodramatic game - even if it does pale in comparison to Robert Aldrich's masterpieces like 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?', which it's clearly trying to emulate. A whole lot of fun for B-movie fans.