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An unscrupulous business operating under the guise of a top fashion house with exotic models running sexual favors, cocaine dealings and blackmail, becomes a murder sceneafter someone is pushed to the edge. The saga begins when a beautiful model is brutally murdered, and her boyfriend, a known addict supplying her drugs, is suspected of the crime but is he guilty or is someone waiting in the shadows setting him up? Languages: English, French & Italian. Subtitles:English & Spanish. DVD extras: Motion menus, Photo Gallery, Biographies, Commentary by Tim Lucas (Editor of the Video Watchdog), Interview with Mary Dawne Arden, Interview with Cameron Mitchell by David Del Valle, Bonus Music Tracks by composer Carlo Rustichelli, Original Theatrical Trailer, Dolby Digital 5.1, DVD-9/DVD-5.
The US release is on hold. But the good news is that the UK release is region A and B/1 and 2 and will play fine on US players. I have the UK release and it's great. Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Holt
Very good movie. Very suspenseful. Better to watch in French with subtitles...more ambient sound effects to hear.Published 10 months ago by beatlefreak
This was a very good movie. It was made in the 1060's but still stands up today. It was scary and had good atmosphere. Not too gruesome but today's standards. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
My english is not very good so I will be brief.
I definitely don't recommand this edition.
This movie deserved a better video and audio quality, I didn't expect too much... Read more
This is probably Bava's best use of color to make a statement in a film. It is a great mystery/serial murder movie. great 60s atmosphere. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Pulpman
Great mid-1960s killer on the loose story. Takes place at a fashion house and the victims are the models, each seemingly with something to hide. Good color and spooky shadows. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Celia Trimboli
Mario Bava (1914-1980) is celebrated as Italy's master of "giallo film"--a term that derrives from the Italian term--"yellow"--for pulp fiction. Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Gary F. Taylor
You might say this is the one that started it all. Slasher movies, weird Italian school thrillers (the giallos of Dario Argento being a highlight), lovely girls getting murdered in... Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by bram.k
Are you tired of films featuring floppy-haired, militant and/or annoying women with squeaky voices? Tired of political correctness and namby-pamby boy meets girl storylines? Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by 1960Fury