Murder obsession - Follia... è stato aggiunto al tuo carrello

Ne hai uno da vendere? Vendi su Amazon

Murder obsession - Follia omicida

3,7 su 5 stelle
5 stelle
5
4 stelle
2
3 stelle
2
2 stelle
2
1 stella
1
3,7 su 5 stelle 12 recensioni clienti su Amazon.com us-flag |

Prezzo: EUR 17,08 Spedizione GRATUITA per ordini superiori a EUR 29. Maggiori informazioni
Tutti i prezzi includono l'IVA.
Disponibilità: solo 1
Venduto e spedito da Amazon. Confezione regalo disponibile.
Nota: Questo articolo può essere consegnato in un punto di ritiro. Dettagli
Ritira il tuo ordine dove e quando preferisci.
  • Scegli tra gli oltre 8.500 punti di ritiro in Italia
  • I clienti Prime beneficiano di consegne illimitate presso i punti di ritiro senza costi aggiuntivi
Come inviare un ordine presso un punto di ritiro Amazon.
  1. Trova il tuo punto di ritiro preferito ed aggiungilo alla tua rubrica degli indirizzi
  2. Indica il punto di ritiro in cui vuoi ricevere il tuo ordine nella pagina di conferma d’ordine
Maggiori informazioni
Nuovi: 6 venditori da EUR 14,00 Usati: 3 venditori da EUR 17,50

Dettagli prodotto

Descrizione prodotto

Descrizione prodotto

Murder Obsession - Follia Omicida (1980) DVD Collector's Edition

Sinossi

Una serie di efferati omicidi seguono il ritorno a casa di Mike e Debora, la sua ragazza. La colpa sembra ricadere prima su Mike, accusato dalla madre anche dell'uccisione del padre. Ma quando ormai nella casa sono tutti morti Mike si troverà dinanzi all'orrenda verità.

Recensioni clienti

Non ci sono ancora recensioni di clienti su Amazon.it
5 stelle
4 stelle
3 stelle
2 stelle
1 stella

Le recensioni clienti più utili su Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: 3.7 su 5 stelle 12 recensioni
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A horro film masked as a giallo. 2 febbraio 2016
Di Michael Dobey - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Acquisto verificato
this is one of the more deranged films to come foom the 1980's Italian horror film bonanza. The giallo , or crime horror flick had faded away after 11 years at the top. And 400 movies. What were they to do? Well the Italians went horror big time and this lasted for ten years until the whole italian film industry basically collapsed for good. mainly. But at this time they were churning out horror films and it was working for them. This one features screen goddess anita stringbergs' last film , as she had had enough , and in this one she plays a guys mom who is near her age. SO , she probably said. That's it , I am done. Which is a shame. but by now she's 70 years old or near it. This film features witchcraft and incest , but like I said. anitas fine and supposedly the character used witchcraft not to age. And she wants her son , who is her husband reincarnated to come back to her. So it's a nice deranged moive on many levels. It was like they were making a giallo about a murderer and then threw in horror. In real giallos the murderers were not supernatural. They were slasher films with style or not. This was made in 1981 and giallos had only died in 1980. sooo. The picture looks the best it's been since it was shown at theaters back in the early 80's. we have good acting in this one but it's a horror film in the end . part of the great 80's italain horror fest that ended in 1992 or so. As the whole Italian film industry bascially died and became a shadow of itself. Here we have a horror film masked as a giallo. sort of.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle For Whatever Reason, I Loved It 1 gennaio 2014
Di V. Risoli - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Acquisto verificato
"Murder Obsession" (AKA: "Follia Omicida," "Murder Syndrone", etc.) was directed by Riccardo Freda and is attributed as his last directorial effort, although he lived nearly another twenty years and gave his ideas to further films (He died in 1999). He was born in 1909 making him about seventy when he directed "Murder Obsession" (1980) and previously he directed some well known horror films in the sixties starring Barbara Steele like "The Terrible Dr. Hitchcock" and "The Spectre" (AKA: "The Ghost") and numerous sword and sandal epics, etc. and in 1957 is credited with directing Italy's first horror film, "I Vampiri." "Murder Obsession" (especially the Blu-ray edition) is very beautiful at times with exquisite cinematography by Cristiano Pogany and equally extraordinary music by Franco Mannino which beautifully complements the images Freda envisions with the help of screenwriter Antonio Cesare Corti. There are times when one wonders if Freda really is the maestro who can pull off making a success of the picture as elements of the picture like dream sequences feature many props, set pieces and familiar but off-putting gothic touches like the devoted but suspicious and eerie butler (played by John Richardson, who not even twenty years before had the leading roles in such pictures like Hammer's "She" opposite Ursula Andress (1965), or the setting of an eerie mansion and the giant rubber spiders and fake webs just out of a Roger Corman Poe quickie from the early sixties. Also in the very able cast are Anita Strindberg (so good in Sergio Martino's giallo "Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key"), Stefano Patrizi, Silvia Dionisio and Laura Gemser among others. Riccardo Freda also brought a lot of style to his pictures and beauty of the live flowers in many scenes, the playing of the classical music and the composition of images to depict great art and the fact that Freda and his co-workers bring all of these elements into near mastery. The very fine Blu-ray from Raro Video has the Italian version with removable subtitles and also a shorter English language version, cut scene footage, interviews including with S. Stivaletti and Claudio Simonetti and a booklet containing critical analysis. Having directed a number of video productions, I know how hard it is to keep a film from sinking with a low budget, this film ends up brilliantly on the final page, eliciting true terror in the viewer.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
2.0 su 5 stelle No italian version, no subtitles 14 luglio 2013
Di Marianosan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
The two stars are rather a rating of the DVD than the film itself. I bought this DVD because "Italian audio" and "New and improved English subtitles" are mentioned as DVD features on the backcover. But the DVD only contains the english dubbed version with no subtitles. The english subtitles are only in some italian inserted scenes.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Murder Obsession 20 gennaio 2012
Di Sacred Schneidmiller - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
This is not one of the best Giallos of the period. The production is low budget and the effects are crude, but if you are an Italian completest like I am, it is a must for your collection.
it is beautifully shot and the transfer is crisp and clean. The lead actor is also a hottie for the 70s-80s So thats a plus.... Its a good movie for a rainy dark night.
1 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Mama Knows Best 18 settembre 2012
Di William Amazzini - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
Raro Video has given Euro Horror fans an important release Directed by an icon of Italian cinema, Riccardo Freda. The film is known under so many titles that you need a scorecard: The Raro release is 'MURDER OBSESSION' aka 'FOLLIA OMICIDA'-1981 and the other titles in case you have already viewed them are 'DELIRIA', L'OSSESSIONE CHE UCCIDE', 'UNCONSCIOUS' , 'SATAN'S ALTAR', 'THE WAILING', 'FEAR', and 'MURDER SYNDROME'. Coming back from a sabbatical off an interesting failure from 9 years previous 'TRAGIC CEREMONY', this film blends all of Freda's visual styles from his early works with his then assistant Mario Bava and actress Barbara Steele fusing them into what I think is his best film. Working from a script co- written by Fabio Piccioni and Antonio Cesare Corti , he surpasses the usual slice and dice murder format and creates a compelling nightmare culminating into a down beat ending which will take you by surprise no matter how many thrillers you've seen. It has a first rate cast including genre stalwarts John Richardson who worked with Bava and Director Sergio Martino, Black Emmanuelle herself Laura Gemser, and the beautiful underrated Anita Strindberg who also worked with Director Martino and turns in one of her best performances as the mother of our main character played by Stefano Patrizi. Utilizing hallucinogenic flashbacks and dream sequences enhanced by the beautiful camera work of Cristiano Pogany and musical motifs blending Franz Lizst and Johann Sebastian Bach with an original score by Franco Mannino , the film emerges as part Giallo/ part supernatural but never crossing the line in overwhelming the audience. Raro Video releases it in a gorgeous 1.85 transfer in English and although there is a Blu-Ray release, it looks just as good. It also has added scenes which they discovered but unfortunately are in Italian with English subtitles. Extras include a booklet with notes on the film and a bio/filmography on Freda and a great 15 minute interview with Director /Special Effects man Sergio Stivaletti who explains how he got started with Director Dario Argento and worked with Angelo Mattei in creating the effects for this film under Freda's utter annoyance with him. Recommended for fans of Italian Horror, it emerges as Freda's most accomplished work and shows the importance of this great artist in the annals of cinema. Sadly, it would be his last film until working behind the scenes in 1987 as a second unit director for Bertrand Tavernier's 'LA PASSION BEATRICE'. He died in 1999 leaving behind a legacy of messages showing the many distortions which encompass the human mind.


Ricerca articoli simili per categoria