Umberto Lenzi directs this post-Baker giallo about a group of tourists in Barcelona who are killed off one-by-one by an eyeball pilfering maniac. There are so many red herrings that it becomes obvious that the least suspected character is probably the real killer. Also, as the body count increases the sightseeing continues as though nothing is happening. It’s all very silly and quite derivative of other gialli (it literally steals the gimmick from Torso) but at least it sorta-kinda makes sense. Excellent Nicolai score and a few visually interesting set pieces like the funhouse killing keep this one watchable until the end.