Allegedly, "Seven Women for Satan" was meant as an unofficial sequel to "The Most Dangerous Game" and - in typical Euro-trash 'sexploitation' fashion - dissolves into a convoluted mess of sexy filler while barely resembling the film it's supposedly following up.
Count Zaroff's son is upholding his pop's tradition of hunting humans by abducting attractive women during his weekend outings to his country estate. His butler acts as his right hand man during some of his sadistic activities, while also acting as his motivator.
There's a few hot scenes of nude chicks - one being chased by a horse, another mauled by a dog, some champagne soaked tits, etc. However, the story begins to taper off into a pseudo-artistic lull at around the half-way mark when it begins focusing heavily on the killer's hallucinations involving his dead wife. I'd say check out "Seven Women for Satan" for a few decent sleaze-scenes. As a whole, it's mildly entertaining but nothing all that 'great'.