- Actors: Serena Grandi, Daria Nicolodi, Vanni Corbellini
- Directors: Lamberto Bava
- Format: CD+DVD, PAL
- Language: Italian
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
- Number of discs: 2
- Studio: 88 Films
- DVD Release Date: 15 May 2017
- Run Time: 94 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- ASIN: B01N7P4W44
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,635 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Delirium (Dual-Format) [DVD]
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Gloria (Serena Grandi, Antropophagus: The Beast), a model turned magazine owner, is having a terrible time keeping her buxom talent alive. A crazed fan of the ex-model is picking off her new starlets, one-by-one, and sending grotesque photographs of their bloody craftsmanship to the poor mogul. As the threats and bodies continue to mount, Gloria must discover who this madman is before she becomes the ultimate model for the lunatic s chopping block. Scored by the legendary Simon Boswell (Demons 2), Lamberto Bava s overly stylish giallo was originally developed by none other than Dario Argento and is brimming with legendary exploitation stars like Daria Nicolodi, George Eastman and David Brandon; all of whom are draped in outlandish 80s fashion. Delerium makes it HD debut thanks to 88 Films and is a must have for any giallo fan!
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We get the back story to the haunted house during the credits. It is explained shorty afterwards, and then explained the right way. The film was hand held footage. The story line was fairly good, but the execution was lacking unless you like to watch a bunch of guys in a panic screaming like girls. They even laugh like girls during the end credits. I did like the photo effect in the film.
Guide: No sex or nudity.
However, recently I got a bit disenchanted with it, mainly due to watching too many bland, tiresome films like this one.
The script(by the team who wrote the crappy "Houses of Doom" TV-series) is fairly dreadful with primitive dialogue further worsened by dubbing.
I did guess who the killer was half an hour into the film.
The cinematography by Bava regular Gianlorenzo Battaglia is nothing special, competent but flatly lit most of the time.
Nudity scenes have the standard "late-night TV softcore" fakeness to them.
Simon Boswell music is lacking that genuine chill familiar from his scores for "DELIRIA" or even "THE OGRE" and spoils murder scenes with pathetic 80's pop-metal.
The film feels very much like a slowish, made-for-TV production.
It makes the generic "Demons" dilogy look like standout films !
Lamberto Bava did much better job on his earlier "Macabro" and "A Blade in the dark".
About the Shriek Show DVD: the three interviews are nice, David Brandon being by far the most animated and amusing person to listen to. Neither of the three people has much fondness for or recollections about the film.
Overall, a decent presentation for a below-average giallo.
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