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Neutron, a wrestler/superhero, investigates a series of murders at a sanitarium.
A disappointing addition to the Neutron series, lacking both coherence in the plot and action. The best bit of the movie is probably the beginning, which opens with some funky music playing over still images from the film. We quickly cut to one of those darned nightclub singing scenes (which recur over and over, sad to say) and then the fun begins for real. A girl, walking the streets, is attacked and killed by a madman who tapes himself doing it! The fun thing is that the killer is wearing a black cape and hat, a white-faced blank mask and a huge knife - just like the killer in Bava's later BLOOD AND BLACK LACE! Seeing the two films, the resemblance is uncanny.<br/><br/>Soon after, a bunch of boring blokes begin to investigate and trace the murderer back to "Los Robles", a local sanitarium for the insane. The various inhabitants include an ex-wrestler who believes himself to be the champ (the film's best character actually), a fading actress whom nobody has ever heard of, a glamorous nightclub singer, a war veteran, a Hindu, and a Russian general! Plus the usual assorted dodgy orderlies (one of whom looks a lot like Michael Berryman) and the creepy doctor/asylum chief.<br/><br/>Neutron here is relegated to a supporting role, jumping through windows and fighting bad guys occasionally. Disturbingly, a different actor dubs his voice from the previous films, giving a weird effect. Although the various fight scenes are well-staged, they lack the exciting music from the previous films which greatly added to their impact, and they're too few and far apart. Saying that, the ending is pretty good, with the revelation being that there is not one but THREE identical killers responsible! I have to say that the film quality is also better, more expensive looking than in previous instalments, although actually the film appears to have less budget (no special effects, limited sets, etc.). In all, a definite letdown from previous adventures, which will leave you feeling a bit cheated. Worth a look for Mexican wrestling fans though as a passable adventure.
Another cheezy, B+W tortilla of Mexican wrestling hokum with Wolf Rubinski as the black masked super scrapper Neutron. This sadly dull, nearly lame episode opens with night club singer Margi (Gina Romand) butchering a tune. Then, after refusing to bail out her skag sister (in debt to mobsters), the sister is kidnapped by a bad guy dressed like Zorro who then murders her with a big knife and films it!! (early Mexican snuff?). Margi then goes to the police and we watch the plot unravel (it's about a maniac, a mental hospital and a mysterious..... nothing) and then Neutron shows up, nearly punches people, seldom fights extra's, watches the parade of quirky suspects go about their business, doesn't wear his patented lightning bolt mask (why? why?) and sits on a lot of desks while chatting to the person sitting behind the desk. Margi also belts out a few more numbers to extend the running time of what's barely enuff story for 30 minutes. And, despite the appearance of a 'fake' blind man, a doctor with a funny pointy beard, more snuff murders and the line "Don't move, I'm a master of Judo and all that jazz" this is a limping entry, even by Neutron's standards. Where's Dr. Caronte? Where's the atomic bombs 'n' wrestling zombies? ZZZzzz.