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  • Actors: Edwige Fenech, George Hilton, Conchita Airoldi, Manuel Gil
  • Format: Dubbed, PAL
  • Language: Italian
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Shameless
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0049UVAW4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,055 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A violent masterpiece directed by Sergio Martino (Torso) An ambassador's wife discovers that one of the men in her life - either her husband, an ex-lover or her current lover - may be a vicious serial killer. This beautiful hypnotic film depicts a series of grisly murders, the victims of which all have some connection to our heroine, Mrs. Julie Wardh (the stunning queen of 1970's Italian Giallo cinema: Edwige Fenech) Voted one of the top Giallos ever, not only for its surreal S&M imagery featuring plenty of suspense, sleaze, nudity and gruesome killings but also because it this is the film which placed Edwige Fenech (Strip Nude For Your Killer) in the hearts of besotted fans around the world.

Special Features:

- All-new interview with director Sergio Martino
- Sergio Martino Introduction
- Fact track by Justin Harries
- Edwige Fenech Bio presentation
- Shameless trailer park
- English & Italian Dolby 2.0 audio with optional English subtitles

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Harrison on 25 Oct. 2010
Format: DVD
An ambassador's wife Julie Wardh (Edwige French) returns home from her trip to America and discovers that one of the men in her life may be a vicious serial killer. Those men include her husband (Alberto De Mendoza), her cruel ex lover (Ivan Rassimov) and her current lover (George Hilton).

Sergio Martino proves once again that he is proberly one of the best Giallo directors. This was his first Giallo and it has to be my personal favourite of the handfull of films he made. The film features a mixture of sex and violence and a great twist ending that I didnt see coming.

Theres a great music score by Nora Orlandi which helps make this film that little bit more enjoyable. Edwige French is great in the lead role as Mrs Wardh and spends alot of the film naked (which I didnt mind) but I felt the best performance goes to Ivan Rassimov as the jealous and vicious Jean.

If you love Giallo films and you havn't seen this then I advise you buy this ASAP!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dobey on 16 Feb. 2013
Format: DVD
This one features the always talented edwige finch in a true giallo from 1970. It's got all the best hallmarks of that genre too, unseen killers , beautiful women and determined people trying to stop the killer. This one however is perhaps a little more classy plotwise than some giallos but it's still one of the more popular giallos out there. ON dvd this looks great and this surely could do with a blu ray release. Shameless alwsys delivers , just like blu underground with fine prints and good dvd's. their american counterpart No shame also did a great job , but they went out of business years ago. Still we have this fine company keeping these giallo/horror movies alive on dvd for us. Now where's that blu ray!. This is a italian movie with subtitles or a english dubbed soundtrack.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Puzzle box on 23 Sept. 2011
Format: DVD
Edwige Fenech stars as Julie Wardh, a beautiful woman with a colorful past, trapped in a dull marriage and stalked by her sadistic ex-lover, Jean (Ivan Rassimov). All the while, a series of savage murders are taking place in the city eventually drawing Julie into a twisted game. Sergio Martino's The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh has to be one of the finest gialli of all time - a visually stunning, atmospheric masterpiece that is right up there with genre classics such as Argento's Deep Red and Bava's Blood & Black Lace. It has aged perfectly, unlike many others of it's kind. The film remains very suspenseful, intelligent, creepy and never boring, always keeping the viewer on the edge of the seat, and it often feels like an acid version of a Hitchcock film. Speaking of which, Martino seems to intentionally pay tribute to the Master of Suspense in many of the film's set pieces, the most clear example is the 'murder in the shower' scene. Also, I love the film's dream sequences, which feels like something David Lynch would do. The beautiful soundtrack is also a bonus, and a naked Edwige Fenech doesn't hurt either. Shameless did a fantastic job with this film, the transfer looks great and you also get some extras, an all-new interview with director Sergio Martino, Sergio Martino Introduction, fact track by Justin Harries, Edwige Fenech Bio presentation and some trailers for other Shameless titles. I would say that The Strange Vice is definitely essential viewing for any giallo fan. The acting, sets and settings, plot and "twists" are all very well done. Mrs. Wardh and a few of the other ladies on display in this one are smokin' hot, and one of my only minor gripe is that the violence could have been a little stronger, but this small "disappointment" doesn't drop much in the way of points for this excellent film.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Annoymous on 30 Mar. 2010
Format: DVD
If like me you are in love with the screen persona that is Edwige Fenech this movie is for you. Featuring my all-time favourite giallo soundtrack, yes I love it more than all those incredible Goblin-Argento scores, a perfect symbiosis of sound and visuals elevate the surreal S&M imagery into a hyper-kinetic mesmeric delirium. Sergio Martino peppers his film with the customary abuse metered out to his queen of 1970's Italian genre cinema. Adding an extra layer of perversity, not least in part due to Edwidge being married to his brother Luciano, but because how could you abuse the face of such a darkly luscious angel, even in make believe? Poor Ivan Rassimov he must have been racked with Self-loathing at the end of his scenes, "Sergio do we have to do another face slapping take?"

A beautiful sensually hypnotic dream of a picture oozing style and pizzazz from every frame, with the ever likable George Hilton, the only Italian genre leading man handsome enough to place alongside our heroine in peril, but is nice guy George quite so clean-cut in this tale, you'll just have to tag along to discover: The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh; loin pumping stuff.

No Shame films have given the viewer a magnificent uncut transfer which boasts a jaw-droppingly stunning picture plus extensive and exclusive interviews with old Martino, but best of all, the lady herself and by goodness she is ever the picture of spectral radiance she will always be to me. The main feature is presented in original Italian with removable English subs along with alternative English dub track. An attractive liner booklet completes what is for this exuberant viewer my most treasured giallo release so far. Now say her name with me one more time Ed-wi-dge Fen-e-ch, isn't that the sexiest name in cinema history???????
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