Lust For Vengeance (10th Anniversary Explicit Version)
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The notice at the beginning also claims that this is the "first and only true Giallo movie made in the U.S. to date," but it has way, way more softcore sex scenes than any of the dozens of Italian Giallos I've seen, and the storyline, if it could ever be put back into chronological order, is more like a simple slasher flick. Weathers's notion of the Giallo genre seems to focus on stylishness of photography, and I didn't mind the copious use of color gels as much as some other reviewers did, but the choppy motion (described accurately by another reviewer as if every other frame had been deleted) undermined any sense of cinematic style for me.
In short, five young women who know each other and have lots of boring scenes in pairs or three at a time wind up being surprised by a masked killer, who pulls his mask off in the last scene and doesn't surprise us. There is no character development, poor lighting, and some obscure camera angles. As in Weathers's "Maniac Too," there are no consequences for the perpetrator.
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At the start of this film, an announcer tells us that this is the first Giallo movie made in the U.S.A. I don't know if that claim is true or not. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by William D Wolford
Giallo my ass. Having poor production causing you to make odd editing decisions doesn't make this Giallo film. Don't waste your time or money on this. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by Francis Boring
This is the worst train wreck of a movie i have seen!!!, Cinematic? NO, Crap? YES...Sean weathers, please do not ever again attempt making a film. Gore? Read morePublished on October 23, 2009 by Paul A. Hall