For this 1972 thriller, director Giuliano Carnimeo looks to Mario Bava’s "Blood and Black Lace" and Dario Argento’s playbook for the guise of his murderer and several stylistic choices.
Today we examine this steamy 1971 thriller starring the original "Django" Franco Nero as a tough-as-nails reporter on the trail of a black-gloved killer.
Today we spotlight the amazing directorial debut from one of Italian horror's most imaginative filmmakers, Michele Soavi.
Enzo Milioni's sexually explicit 1978 thriller goes for broke... and it's amusing in its absurdity.
Lamberto Bava cut his teeth in cinema working with father, giallo legend Mario Bava. We take a look at his strange late-era giallo starring the voluptuous Serena Grandi.
Sleazemeister Umberto Lenzi popularized the Italian cannibal film subgenre, but you won't get over-the-top violence and a truly seedy story when it comes to this 1972 giallo.
Those who live for atmospheric chills and the slow-burning thrills of movies like "Don't Look Now" will appreciate Pupi Avati's "The House of the Laughing Windows."
An ambassador, Neil Wardh (Alberto de Mendoza), and his wanton wife, Julie (Edwige Fenech), arrive in Vienna for business in the midst of a vicious killing spree that has everyone in a panic.
Today's Euro-thriller entry is a bizarre sex-and-murder-fest starring the immortal Klaus Kinski as the director of a castle asylum filled with beautiful female patients.
Genre fans around the world mourn the loss of prolific Spanish director Jess Franco, and today we honor one of his few but memorable giallo-style films.