A horror movie marathon needs a bit of Dario Argento, and his 1970 debut feature is a worthy addition, having popularised the Italian giallo thriller movement. An American writer (Tony Musante) in Rome witnesses a murder in an art gallery and is subsequently targeted by the killer. A groundbreaking and ultra-stylish exercise in terror and suspense from a master of the genre. We’ll leave you to discover the significance of the title…

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