BLOOD AND BLACK LACE

Mario Bava, Italy, 1964, Arrow Films, Horror - Italy

“Few gialli are as visually accomplished as this, which marks a high bar for the genre that wasn’t matched, much less exceeded, until the release of Dario Argento’s DEEP RED.” -- Russ Fischer, IndieWire

The one that started it all, from the first name in Italian horror. Mario Bava’s seminal giallo touchstone, about a murder spree in a high-end fashion house, was profoundly influential on Argento, Craven, Tarantino and Scorsese. Between its excessive use of color, hothouse tone and pioneering proto-slasher setpieces, BLOOD AND BLACK LACE is an ultimate embodiment of the genre.

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Details

  • 86 mins
  • Color
  • 1.85:1

Formats

  • DCP
  • Blu-ray

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