This is a pretty typical giallo. You get a priest, a black gloved-killer and some bloody killings. There are a couple of sorta-unexpected twists during the big murderer-revealed scene but that is also a standard gialli-trope. The highlight was probably a lady getting her head shoved into a lit fireplace and the low-points are the strangulations which are always the most boring ways to have people murdered onscreen. Nothing really all that memorable or original here and the director is trying very hard to emulate Dario Argento so you might as well stick with his films for better quality and extra-artistic gruesomeness.