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Old 12th June 2012, 08:47 PM
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I second Giallo a Venezia and Eyeball, and raise you Amuck and the missing Deodato and Cozzi films (Black Cat, Paganini Horror, Washing Machine, Barbarians, Concorde Affair, etc.).
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I'll say that any Italian gialli, horror, genre, not having a UK or US DVD release within the last decade or so deserves appraisal...I'd even welcome that cheesy early 90's giallo with all the porn stars, Masquerade!
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Old 15th June 2012, 04:26 PM
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I second Giallo a Venezia and Eyeball, and raise you Amuck and the missing Deodato and Cozzi films (Black Cat, Paganini Horror, Washing Machine, Barbarians, Concorde Affair, etc.).
No, for the love of all that's good not PAGANINI HORROR! It's the worst Italian horror I've seen. Used to have the German dvd.

Wouldn't mind AMUCK and a BD of EYEBALL. I think GIALLO A VENEZIA would be cut over here.
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Old 15th June 2012, 08:11 PM
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What would need to be cut from Giallo A Venezia?
I have heard of this film, but never seen it.
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What would need to be cut from Giallo A Venezia?
I have heard of this film, but never seen it.
i have a dvdr (vhs transfer) which is full screen and not 2.35:1 which i think GIALLO A VENEZIA's proper ratio is and there is one scene which the BBFC would cut concerning a scissors stabbing between the girl's legs
no doubt other scenes might be cut as well, I haven't seen the film for some time
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Old 17th June 2012, 01:40 PM
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There is also this scene.

I don't think the ratio is 2.35:1. I have two dvdrs - one subtitled which is full screen and obviously cropped as the credits don't fit the screen and the alternate 'hardcore' version, which is also full frame but appears to be an open matte transfer and has loads more picture info on the sides. If anything I'd say it's 1.85:1.
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There is also this scene.

I don't think the ratio is 2.35:1. I have two dvdrs - one subtitled which is full screen and obviously cropped as the credits don't fit the screen and the alternate 'hardcore' version, which is also full frame but appears to be an open matte transfer and has loads more picture info on the sides. If anything I'd say it's 1.85:1.
it might well be, and my dvdr is subtitled i bought from giallogoblin.com years ago
like i said i haven't seen the dvd in ages
i read in a review that the ratio was a possible 2.35:1
but the transfer was crap
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Old 17th June 2012, 02:27 PM
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I was given mine.

It could be 2.35 but I personally don't think it is. I think the reviewer just assumed because it's a giallo that the ratio must be 2.35:1. We'll never know for sure until someone gives it a proper release, which seems unlikely at the minute. Mind you, how many times have we heard that in the past...
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