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Mad Dog Killer [DVD] [2008] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00114UUR2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 88,134 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anorakus on 4 Jan. 2013
I have a copy of this DVD, except my copy is called Beast With A Gun. Same cover, same font, same everything but different title. When a film goes by nine different titles (and that's just the English ones) you know you're in for a - how can I put it - different viewing experience. This is a downright sleazy and nasty Italian exploitation crime flick from the late 70's featuring the legendary Helmut Berger, and made famous (or infamous) in Jackie Brown as the movie playing on the TV while Bridget Fonda is busy getting stoned. Gratuitous violence, gratuitous sex, bad dubbing, bad editing.. this film has it all. It's the sort of movie that leaves you feeling like you need a good shower after watching it. There are several scenes of people getting beaten up that seem to go on and on and on... we get that Helmut's character is a psycho, but it still seems wrong that the director is clearly getting off on showing every detail of his victims' disintegrating faces. And don't even get me started on the sex scenes.. HB is obviously a man who needs to be in control of his women. The cheesy synth score is the icing on the cake - the icing in this case being bright pink and full of e-numbers. Technically speaking we get a 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer, which is far better than this film deserves - it's the sort of film that was made to be pan and scanned, and probably looks better that way. The audio track is mono - what did you expect, 7.1 surround? As a piece of cinematic art, Beast With a Gun - sorry, Mad Dog Killer - should probably be burned, but as a horrible guilty pleasure it's up there with the best. Pick your own rating of one or five stars, depending on your point of view - I've gone for the middle ground :) (In case you're wondering, the film's official title is La belva col mitra - which is roughly the same as my DVD - I'm a stickler for accurate translations, me.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By West25 on 23 July 2014
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Nanni Vitali escapes from prison along with three other inmates and immediately sets out to get revenge on those that helped put him there. When Vitali finds the man that identified him, he kills him and rapes his girlfriend, Giuliana. With Commissioner Giulio Santini in hot pursuit of the escapees, he does a little research and realises that Vitali will more than likely attempt to find the man that identified him. Santini finds Giuliana and questions her, but she is now under Vitali's control and she tells Santini that she has no idea where her boyfriend is as they broke up. A few days later, Giuliana finally finds the courage to go to police headquarters and tell Santini everything, and she agrees to help the police capture Vitali. When the plan doesn't work and Vitali gets away, he goes after someone close to Santini, his father, who in a wonderful case of Italian filmmaking coincidence, is the same judge that sentenced Vitali in the first place.

Helmut Berger is fantastic as Vitali, he swears, robs, rapes, beats and kills his way through the film without ever showing even an ounce of remorse for his actions. He's a stone cold killer who can't be reasoned with, can't be bought off, he enjoys inflicting pain and killing. There's only one scene in the film where he briefly meets his sister as he needs money, he's probably just using her but in this one scene alone, he almost acts human. Berger plays the role perfectly, when he's backed by his gang or has a gun in his hand, he's a snarling, vicious piece of work. Whenever he hasn't got his back-up or his weapon, he's a cowardly, insecure, pathetic man. I also thought Berger looked a lot like James Remar from The Warriors as well, which I found amusing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Harrison on 23 Feb. 2013
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Highly dangerous criminal Nanni Vitali escapes from prison with three men and goes on a murderous rampage after killing the man responsible for putting him in jail. After exacting his revenge he forces his victims girlfriend to help him rob her fathers bank, but tough cop Giulio Santini is hot on his trail.

Made in 1977 the same year as Richard Harrison's awful Naziplotation film Achtung Desert Tigers but the quality between these two films is massive, so it shows what had happened to his career in the 70's compared to the films he regularly made in the 1960's. This is a bloody fast paced cop thriller that Italian Poliziotteschi fans will love.

Helmut Berger receives top billing as the psychotic Nanni Vitali who is a rapist who kills without remorse. His character reminded me of Tomas Milians 'Giulio Sacchi from Almost Human'. As both you hate and are shocked by the acts that they commit on screen. Richard Harrison is also impressive as Giulio Santini but the majority of the film is focused on Berger as he murders his way through the entire 95 minutes.

This was director Sergio Grieco final film after a long career but in my opinion this is his best. The film isn't as violent as today's standards but we get quite a bit of blood and nudity but its not as sleazy as the DVD cover would make you believe. The majority of the camera work is nice filled with smooth fluid movements but the shaky cam is poor.

Umberto Smaila's music is pretty good but I think most people will like it more than I did.

Overall a well made film that's well worth checking out.

Unfortunatly there is no extras except a trailer.
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