|La cruz del diablo|
|Directed by||John Gilling|
|Based on||La cruz del diablo|
by Gustavo Adolfo Becquer
|Edited by||Alfonso Santacana|
|Music by||Ángel Arteaga|
|Distributed by||United International Pictures|
La cruz del diablo is a 1975 Spanish horror film directed by John Gilling and starring Carmen Sevilla, Adolfo Marsillach and Emma Cohen. Its plot concerns a British writer who travels to Spain to visit his sister only to discover she has been killed by a sinister cult. It was based on a short story by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. The screenplay was written by Paul Naschy.
A British novelist travels to Spain to visit his sister. However, when he arrives he discovers that she has been murdered by a gang of devil-worshiping bandits called the Devil’s Cross.
Writing in The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia, academic Peter Dendle called it "a disappointing final film for ex-Hammer Studios director John Gilling". Glenn Kay, who wrote Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide, described it as an out of print film that is considered "uninspired and unimpressive" by those who have seen it.