Spasmo (1974) Umberto Lenzi

Spasmo (1974)

Genre: Giallo
Director: Umberto Lenzi
Country: Italy
Language: English
Subtitles: none
Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1
Length: 90mn
File: Uncut Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 640x272 - 699mb

Robert Hoffmann ... Christian Bauman
Suzy Kendall ... Barbara
Ivan Rassimov ... Fritz Bauman
Adolfo Lastretti ... Tatum, the killer
Monica Monet ... Clorinda
Guido Alberti ... Malcolm
Mario Erpichini ... Alex
Franco Silva ... Luca
Maria Pia Conte ... Xenia
Luigi Antonio Guerra ... Boy - in the 'incipit'
Rosita Torosh ... Woman in car

Christian (Robert Hoffman) and his girlfriend are taking a walk on a deserted beach when they discover a woman's body lying. A closer look proves that she's alive. The next day Christian meets her again at a yacht party and they fall in love. Later at a nearby motel, something weird happens as they prepare to go to bed together: An intruder breaks in and starts beating Christian who accidentally shoots him with his own gun. A few hours later they find out that the corpse is missing and a series of weird incidents takes place.

Umberto Lenzi's "Spasmo" is a very weird little film, even by gialli standards. It's a strange combination of Jean Rollin (the middle part in particular feels like something straight out of a Rollin film, in particular "Fascination") and David Lynch, so much so that one can argue how director Umberto Lenzi might be something of a poor man's Lynch. Nonetheless, it works, even if it takes itself way too seriously, often getting surrealism mixed up with cheesiness. The dialog is awfully goofy, and the script jumps all over the place. This might've been Lenzi's intention, and here, he shows that he is actually a pretty competent director, creating genuine suspense as well as some of the most haunting imagery in a genre film. Ennio Morricone's equally dreamy soundtrack perfectly matches the disorienting set pieces and it's perverse sexuality, and it's quite possibly it's highlight alongside the gorgeous cast of women.


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