Review: "Who Saw Her Die?" (1972) Starring George Lazenby; Arrow Blu-ray Special Edition

By Hank Reineke The 1972 Giallo Who Saw Her Die? (Chi l'ha vista morire?) was Aldo Lado’s second film as director, his first being Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971). That film was a somewhat ...

Who Saw Her Die?

Giallos run hot and cold, but this one has plenty to recommend it — a serious outlook, a focus on elements other than gore, beautiful cinematography on terrific locations in Venice, and committed ...

George Lazenby in the 1972 Giallo Who Saw Her Die? Available on Blu-ray September 17th From Arrow Video

Former Bond star George Lazenby headlines this classic giallo directed by Aldo Lado as compelling for its haunting atmosphere, twists and turns as for its parallels with another great Venetian ...

February 5th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Cloverfield Paradox, Mermaid: Lake Of The Dead, You Might Be The Killer

Nearly a year after its surprising drop on Netflix after the Super Bowl, The Cloverfield Paradox arrives on both Blu-ray and DVD this week, making it just one of the highlights of this week’s batch of ...

The Possessed (1965) Available on Blu-ray February 5th From Arrow Video

The Possessed will be available on Blu-ray February 5th From Arrow Video The Possessed is a wonderfully atmospheric proto-giallo based on one of Italy s most notorious crimes, the Alleghe killings, ...

Nyff to honour Dan Talbot by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2018-08-23 13:30:41

Wim Wenders' The American Friend, shot by Robby Müller, and starring Bruno Ganz and Dennis Hopper with cameos by Nicholas Ray, Sam Fuller, Jean Eustache, Gérard Blain, and Peter Lilienthal, will ...

May 10th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Boy, Deadpool, Synchronicity

Tuesday, May 10th looks to be a pretty big day in home entertainment, as we have over 20 different genre-related titles coming our way this week. Universal Studios is bringing home The Boy to both ...

Tell Me Your Favorite Horror Film and Why and Win a One Year Subscription to Fandor!

Back in April, for twelve weeks straight, I reviewed a different Werner Herzog movie as they came available on the streaming service Fandor.com . Now the site is preparing for Halloween with a very ...

Raro Video and Kino Lorber Release Bankers of God: The Calvi Affair on Blu-ray & DVD August 5th

So, I’ll be the first to admit that I have never seen this film, nor have I ever heard it mentioned, even on the corners of the internet where friends are obsessed with Italian cinema. However, this ...

Raro Video will release Volume 2 of Fernando Di Leo’s Italian Crime Collection on Blu-Ray & DVD!

Raro Video will be releasing the second volume of Fernando Di Leo’s crime films in a three piece set on Blu-Ray or DVD including the films Shoot First, Die Later, Kidnap Syndicate and Naked Violence. ...

Daily Briefing. Prison Breaks and Bank Heists

Since January 27, Geoff Manaugh of the widely acclaimed Bldgblog has been hosting Breaking Out and Breaking In: A Distributed Film Fest of Prison Breaks and Bank Heists, "an exploration of the use and ...

BFI To Bring Bertolucci's Before The Revolution To Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD

Continuing their stellar year, BFI are set to release Bernardo Bertolucci's debut film, Before the Revolution this August 22nd.  This will be the first release of the film on Blu-ray as far as I'm ...

This week's new films

Armadillo (15) (Janus Metz, 2010, Den) 105 mins After last year's Restrepo, another fine documentary from the Afghanistan front line, bringing us closer than we'd like to a war we'd rather not think ...

Before the Revolution – review

Bernardo Bertolucci's brilliant early film about political and emotional tensions in mid-60s Italy is still just as powerful as when it was first released, writes Peter Bradshaw Bernardo Bertolucci's ...

DVD: DVD: The Perfume Of The Lady In Black

The wonderfully ornate title of Francesco Barilli’s The Perfume Of The Lady In Black refers to something simultaneously specific—an image of the heroine’s late mother, reflected in her bedroom ...

“The Perfume Of The Lady In Black” (DVD Review)

There’s something skin-crawling about horror when it has real vibrancy, when ghastly acts of the body and mind take place in living, energetic color. Oftentimes, classic Italian frights were saturated ...

DVD Review: The Perfume Of The Lady In Black

Raro Video is coming out of the gate very strong.  After their initial Us offerings of Fellini's The Clowns, and the Fernando Dileo Crime Films box set, they've got another winner in The Perfume of ...

‘Hereafter’, ‘Skyline’ and Other Blu-ray Releases of the Week: 03/22/11

‘Hereafter’, ‘Skyline’ and Other Blu-ray Releases of the Week: 03/22/11 Last Tuesday, the South By Southwest Film Festival was in full swing and demanded our attention, which is why we were unable to provide you some picks of the week (although we assume you survived). ...

A Week Of Discoveries on DVD* (Not Requiring a Gun to Find Them)

A look at what's new on DVD today: "Meskada" (2010) Directed by Josh Sternfeld Released by Anchor Bay Entertainment When this thriller premiered at Tribeca this past spring, Alison Willmore wrote, ...

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