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Stylish and extravagant, Cold Eyes of Fear is an excellent example of an Italian giallo thriller. Set in swinging 'seventies London, this movie brings you a dark and decadent world of corrupt cops, vengeful ex-cons, threats, betrayal, fist-fights and feisty femme fatales.
Motivated by revenge, an ex-con abducts the son of the judge who put him behind bars. The plot thickens as a deeper betrayal is revealed, leading the story to erotic S&M scenes with scantily-clad women and violent trysts in darkened, atmospheric nightclub settings.
Starring the sexy cult actress, Karin Schubert and directed by Enzo G. Castellari, famous for the movie Inglorious Bastards, which is to be remade by Quentin Tarantino in 2009, Cold Eyes of Fear is a most memorable movie of psychedelic effects, intriguing plot twists, striking shots and a stunning jazz score!
this a distracting film. The Director did not put the film sequences in any sensible order. I totally disliked this filmPublished on September 5, 2013 by Brangwen
I don't know what people are talking about when they say its an average example of the giallo, when its not at all a giallo! Read morePublished on April 21, 2013 by Elizabeth Renee Blue
When one sees the name Enzo G. Castellari as the director of a film one expects action. This is because his specialty is action films. Read morePublished on October 2, 2009 by A. Snyder
If you're into Giallo...this is an average "Giallo". I would recommend seeing ones like: "Night Train Murders", "Death Carries a Cane", "The Strange Vice of Mrs. Read morePublished on August 1, 2008 by Spider Labyrinth
"Occhi freddi della paura" ( Cold Eyes of Fear ), by Enzo G.
Castellari, released 1971 is a major achievement for a
cinematographer, considering the... Read more