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Sarah@Cult Labs 8th March 2011 07:59 AM

SHAM030 - The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh: The DVD Specs
 

Shameless Screen Entertainment is proud to present The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh, an absolute, acknowledged classic of giallo cinema. Influential, provocative, and intoxicatingly erotic, this descent into depravity showcases the voluptuous sensuality of the most alluring star of 70’s Italian cinema – the exquisite Edwige Fenech.


Sexy sophisticate Julie Wardh (Fenech) endures a stifling marriage to a distant diplomat (Alberto de Mendoza) in the hope of repressing her perverted past – a sadomasochistic relationship with the sadistic Jean (Ivan Rassimov). Disillusioned with her empty, unloved existence, she succumbs to the amorous advances of suave playboy George (George Hilton) and embarks upon a torrid and passionate affair.

But her happiness may prove short-lived – as Jean makes an unwelcome reappearance, a brutal razor-slasher is making short and very bloody work of the nubile nymphets of Vienna. Could Jean be the sick maniac responsible for the psychosexual slayings? Or does the answer lie somewhere closer, deeper and darker than she could possibly perceive?

Fearing that she too may fall victim to the killer’s blade, tormented, blackmailed and deceived, she spirals into an uncontrollable emotional maelstrom where her deviate desires threaten to reawaken in a welter of sex, sadism and slaughter…

Directed with feverish intensity by genre favorite Sergio Martino (Torso), scribed with serpentine precision by Ernesto Gastaldi, and romantically enriched with the soaring sounds (re-appropriated by Tarantino for Kill Bill 2) of Nora Orlandi The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh marked the coronation of the undisputed Queen of giallo herself, Edwige Fenech, who melts the screen with burning, unbridled carnality. Lashed with all the unabashed nudity, delicious twists and searing sadism that would define the genre’s excesses of sex and violence, The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh is an unmatched pinnacle of giallo cinema.


Special Features Include:
  • English audio and optional Italian with English subtitles.
  • All-new 20 minute interview with director Sergio Martino.
  • Introduction by director Sergio Martino.
  • Shameless Fact Track by Justin Harries.
  • Theatrical trailer plus complete Shameless Trailer Park.
  • Edwige Fenech bio presentation.

THE STRANGE VICE OF MRS WARDH WILL BE RELEASED ON DVD (RRP £15.99) BY SHAMELESS SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT ON 28 MARCH 2011.

PRE-ORDER NOW AT:
Amazon.co.uk
HMV
Play.com

bizarre_eye@Cult Labs 8th March 2011 11:32 AM

Fantastic package. :clap:

It's nice to see another fact track too. :nod:

Sarah@Cult Labs 8th March 2011 01:11 PM

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Originally Posted by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs (Post 133903)
It's nice to see another fact track too. :nod:

I thought that too. I love little facts and so the fact track keeps me well entertained! The film itself is great though so even if you're not an extras-person it's still well worth getting hold of!

CC-UK 8th March 2011 01:51 PM

Really really looking forward to this one.
Once again .. well done the Shameless crew.:clap:

Sarah@Cult Labs 9th March 2011 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by CC-UK (Post 133925)
Really really looking forward to this one.
Once again .. well done the Shameless crew.:clap:

They're just happy it's being met with such enthusiasm! Really is looking like a great release and less than three weeks to go!

Paul@TheOverlook 9th March 2011 11:25 AM

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Originally Posted by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs (Post 133903)
Fantastic package. :clap:

It's nice to see another fact track too. :nod:

You'll be happy to know--if you don't already--that Justin really knows his stuff. You're in for a great read.

Jonny 9th March 2011 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Paul@Lovelockandload (Post 134161)
You'll be happy to know--if you don't already--that Justin really knows his stuff. You're in for a great read.


Yeah, Justin (FilmBar70) is the most knowledgeable guy I know when it comes to Edwige Fenech. Fans old and new won't be disappointed by his input.

trench 9th March 2011 01:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Jonny (Post 134163)
Yeah, Justin (FilmBar70) is the most knowledgeable guy I know when it comes to Edwige Fenech. Fans old and new won't be disappointed by his input.

How's her name pronounced? I'm pretty sure it's 'ed-wee-jay fen-eck', but I can't remember off-hand. Also I'm not even entirely sure that is how it's pronounced!

Paul@TheOverlook 9th March 2011 01:22 PM

I’m pretty sure it’s Ed-Widge Fen-esh. At least that's how I pronounce it :)

Jonny 9th March 2011 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Paul@Lovelockandload (Post 134186)
I’m pretty sure it’s Ed-Widge Fen-esh. At least that's how I pronounce it :)

It's Fen-eck or Fen-ick mate. At least that's how the Italians say it in interviews and news clips I've seen on DVDs and online clips.


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