Inspired by the GGtMC, I decided to try and watch a different horror film each day of October.
For the 1st, I went with 1965 Hammer horror
"Die! Die! My Darling!". I enjoyed it quite a bit, mainly due to
Tallulah Bankhead's fine turn as the wickedly repressed would-be mother-in-law.
Peter Vaughan plays a surprisingly sleazy handyman, and of course
there's Hammer's typical production value, combined here with something
of a Hitchcockian sensibility.