Retitled for the U.S. as Die! Die! My Darling—which reportedly occasioned a lawsuit by star Tallulah Bankhead, whose screen swan song this was. In one of the era’s many shockers that barged through the door opened by Psycho, Bankhead is a grieving mother who has gone around the bend and now tortures her would-be daughter-in-law Stefanie Powers. With Peter Vaughan, Yootha Joyce, Maurice Kaufmann, and—as a hulking lurking handyman—Donald Sutherland.