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Certification18 Our Rating

The daughter of an English politician keeps having recurring "nightmares" in which she makes love to a bisexual nympho who lives downstairs and conducts all-night LSD orgies. When the dreams become more violent, the neighbour turns up dead, and Florinda is the main suspect. Did she actually commit the murder she dreamt about? Is she being framed by her philandering husband? The complex plot unfolds amidst red herrings, outlandishly druggy dream sequences and lesbian hanky panky, all taking place find out more...
AMER (2009)

Certification18 Our Rating

Ana is a young woman in thrall to her carnal fantasies in this French psychological thriller. An homage to the Giallo of the 70s and 80s, the film blends eroticism with European slasher movie traditions set in a haunted house on the Côte d'Azur. Aesthetically, it's very strong but sometimes a bit slow-moving for some tastes. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A blind man overhears a crime and winds up in a web of murder blackmail and industrial espionage. Haunting and sinister music by Morricone, gruesome set pieces and starlets in short skirts assist the cult feel of the era and cinematic style of Point Blank. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A serial killer is on the loose in an unnamed Italian city, a killer that removes parts of his victims, replacing them with the corrosponding parts of a life-size antique 'companion' doll. Inspector Amaldi is on the trail but as his investigations deepen, the answer to the killer's macabre puzzle may be a lot closer to home than anyone suspects. A vicious serial killer with a twisted modus operandi, a tormented police detective and a beautiful young woman in peril, all the requisite ingredients find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

This film, from cult horror director Argento, starts with David "Blow Up" Hemmings witnessing a murder. This sets off a series of gruesome and stylish killings, each rhymed with a preceding scene, as Hemmings is drawn into trying to identify the perpetrater. Littered with beautiful sets. find out more...

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A series of brutal murders are taking place which all bear the hallmarks of a case that retired detective Moretti worked on nearly two decades ago. Reluctantly leaving the peace of his retirement behind him the policeman sets out to track the killer down. Sleepless is Dario Argento's latest offering and has all the expected trappings of his horror archive, including beautiful women and copious amounts of blood. An enjoyable old style slab of horror from the master of the genre. find out more...

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A serial killer is loose in the city, leaving a trail of body parts that lead back to a beautiful and enigmatic artist called Su-Yeon. Hot on the scent is Detective Cho, a cop in the special investigative unit with his own demons to fight and a soft-spot for Su-Yeon. Taking it's lead from the ‘giallo' films of the 1970s and modern noir classics like ‘Seven', Tell Me Something is dark and brooding with a labyrinthine plot and a chilling modus operandus and while it's not of the calibre of other K find out more...

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A return to a more straight forward giallo, The Card Player hints at a return to form for the Italian maestro of horror and suspense but doesn't quite go far enough. A serial killer is on the loose (hoorah!), kidnapping women and challenging the Roman police to play online video poker for their lives…..and various appendages. On the trail of this sick puppy is Anna Mari (Stefania Rocca), the police woman first introduced to us in The Stendhal Syndrome who appears to have quite a few mental probl find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Credited as being the first true 'Giallo' movie, Bava's fourth film is a classic Hitchcockian thriller starring Leticia Roman as an American tourist who witnesses a brutal murder that appears to be the latest in a series by the 'Alphabet murderer' and, with the help of hunky young Doctor John Saxon, sets about investigating the infamous slayings.

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Detective Anna Manni suffers from a weird condition which makes her freak when confronted with works of art. When the serial psycho she's hunting discovers her secret, he uses it against her to pursue his own vile pleasures. Gruesome chiller from the master of horror. find out more...