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One Day She Met A Man Who Loved Beautiful Women… BUT NOT ALL IN ONE PIECE! A series of sex murders shock a college campus, and four beautiful young girlfriends head for the safety of an isolated country villa. But as they succumb to their own erotic desires, their weekend of pleasure becomes a vacation to dismember at the hands - and blade - of the lecherous maniac.
Directed by Sergio Martino (MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD) and starring Suzy Kendall (THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE) and Tina Aumont (SALON KITTY), this Euro Horror chiller was originally released in America with much of its controversial violence removed by censors. Now freshly transferred in thrilling High Definition from the original negative, TORSO is presented in both its Uncensored English Version and Full-Length Italian Director's Cut for the first time ever!
Murders in Perugia - Interview with Co-Writer/Director Sergio Martino
U.S. Opening Credits
Poster & Still Gallery
Eli Roth Intro
"A Stylish And Effective Giallo!" -- Kinocite<br \><br \>"A Very Entertaining Murder Mystery/Sleaze/EuroTrash Pic!" ---DVD Drive-In
"Martino Pulls Out All The Stops To Create An Incredibly Nail-Biting Affair!" ---DVD Times
"Surprisingly Well Done... Crackles With Suspense!" ---DVD Verdict
- Aspect Ratio : 1.66:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 6.75 x 5.3 x 0.35 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : BLUG7035BR
- Director : Sergio Martino
- Media Format : Blu-ray
- Run time : 3 hours and 3 minutes
- Release date : September 27, 2011
- Actors : Suzy Kendall, Tina Aumont, Luc Merenda, John Richardson
- Dubbed: : Spanish, French, English
- Subtitles: : English, French, Spanish
- Studio : Blue Underground
- ASIN : B004WMOSLO
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #143,363 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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3 upskirt shots
Swamp water foo
A sprained ankle
Definitely worth an upgrade from the Blue Underground release. The sound and picture are fantastic. Lots of extras and great (as always) packaging from Arrow.
Fantastic film! Might be Sergio Martino's best. A hyper-sexual sadist (right out of Psycopathia Sexualis) is on the loose in one of the best films of its kind. The extreme misogyny doesn't only apply to the killer; every male in the film is a borderline rape-o. Martino did the right choice, in that he doesn't pay hypocritical lip service to female "empowerment" - the thrills might take a psychic toll on some of the viewers (voyeurs?) amongst us.
As to the voyeurism: lots of it. Surreptitious peeling or blatant leering from every male in the cast - on the street, through wondows, crowded rooms and all-girl slumber parties, indoors and out. And some great POV. The camera - and by extension - the audience, is complicit. Lots of fetishistic upskirt shots. Lots of leg shots befitting an issue of "Leg Show." (Not to mention down blouses.)
In case I wasn't clear:
More than enough sex and nudity for three movies. And the grisly sex murders.
Lots of sexually charged (is there any other kind) violence towards women, natch.
Excellent as a mystery/suspense-thriller. Or as exploitation/slasher. Or Infantile(wink wink) Horror - it depends on the viewer's sensibilities.
Very high production values, as good as any mid-budget 70s H'wood flick. The camerawork if terrific; above beyond the beyond the conventional cinematography of the era. Shockingly (even today) b!unt, crude and sexually regressive dialogue aimed at our hapless heroines.
The entire female cast are wildly attractive. Suzy Kendall a dead ringer for Julie Christie. Tina Dumont and the rest equally foxy. The cast is filled with familiar genre faves.
Arrow did an amazing job here. One of their best releases/restorations. The bonus interviews are great and the entertaining/insightful audio commentary by scribe (and Martino authority) Kat Ellinger is wonderful, as always.
The blu ray is sensational - perfect color, rich deep image and fine clarity. It's very cinematic in look and feel, which is exactly what I wanted. The menu is easy to navigate and not over-designed. Sound is also good and clear. This one will be in my collection forever!