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The Red Queen Kills Seven Times
us title: The Red Queen Kills Seven Times
year: 1972
director: Emilio Miraglia
composer: Bruno Nicolai
Giallo Score
91

This Giallo looks good on paper, but fails to deliver more than one or two memorable moments. Save this one for later.

Bottom Line: For Completists Only
As long as you've seen eveything else, this is worth a look.

synopsis & score analysis
Published: 2012-10-15

Autopsy
us title: Autopsy
year: 1975
director: Armando Crispino
composer: Ennio Morricone
Giallo Score
71

Armando Crispino's only Giallo is technically compelling but lukewarm on entertainment. With a dragging story line, forgettable characters and an uninspired soundtrack, you should examine other possibilities before checking this one off your list.

Bottom Line: For Completists Only
As long as you've seen eveything else, this is worth a look.

synopsis & score analysis
Published: 2013-12-31

The Pyjama Girl Case
us title: The Pyjama Girl Case
year: 1977
director: Flavio Mogherini
composer: Riz Ortolani
Giallo Score
63

This slow paced Australian crime thriller offers a few inspiring scenes and a great performance by Dalila Di Lazzaro. But it shouldn't be at the top of your watch list.

Bottom Line: For Completists Only
As long as you've seen eveything else, this is worth a look.

synopsis & score analysis
Published: 2014-10-01

So Sweet... So Perverse
us title: So Sweet... So Perverse
year: 1969
director: Umberto Lenzi
composer: Riz Ortolani
Giallo Score
49

Lenzi's follow up to Orgasmo/Paranoia and the 2nd in his "sexy thriller" series has a few inspiring moments but is generally boring and forgettable.

Bottom Line: For Completists Only
As long as you've seen eveything else, this is worth a look.

synopsis & score analysis
Published: 2016-02-16

The Bat
us title: The Bat
year: 1959
director: Crane Wilbur
composer: Louis Forbes
Giallo Score
46

Crane Wilbur's The Bat shares many similarities with the Giallo and is a solid contender on the GialloScore for an American film from 1959.

Bottom Line: For Completists Only
As long as you've seen eveything else, this is worth a look.

synopsis & score analysis
Published: 2015-06-15