Seems that Bruno Mattei has died. Coincidentally I've watched three of his films recently - SS Girls and Women's Camp 119 for the first time, and Hell of the Living Dead for the umpteenth. I think there was also a recent view on which he worked as editor.
It seems, as with the deaths of Fulci and D'Amato, to signal the passing of an era in Italian exploitation - all the more so since he kept active right until the end.
While I would never say Mattei's films were good, they could usually be relied upon to deliver the goods. Indeed, part of the problem I had with Women's Camp 119 vis-a-vis SS Girls was that it seemed to be trying to something more than a straight ahead exploitationer. With SS Girls you could enjoy its camp excesses and the sheer ridiculousness of the sub-Salon Kitty shenanigans, whereas with Women's Camp 119 those same aspects undercut any sense of seriousness.