• 电影名称 La casa con la scala nel buio

  • ——When the lights go out, the knife goes in.
  • 中文名称 血腥激情夜
  •  类型  恐怖 / 悬疑 / 惊悚
  •  国家  意大利
  •  语言  英语 / 意大利语
  •  时长  1 hr 50 min (110 min) / 1 hr 36 min (96 min) (France) / 1 hr 48 min (108 min) (USA)
  • 上映时间 6 August 1983 (Italy)
Okay. A lot of the negative things that people have said about this movieare right on the money. The dubbing is HORRIBLE. To the point of nonsense.The "cockroach" scene is a bit odd. The plot and plot twists are at timespredictable and cliche.Now the good parts about this giallo. Its f****** scary!!...
Okay, Lamberto Bava isn't anywhere near as talented as his father Mario.Let's just accept that and move on. 'A Blade In The Dark' is a surprisinglyentertaining giallo that is equal parts Argento and Hitchcock, thoughobviously not as accomplished as either at their best. If I specify whichHitchcock i...
Boasting a steady throttle of well-orchestrated suspense, some solidjump-scares, one whopper of a gore set-piece, and a fantastic musicalscore, this Lamberto Bava vehicle is an uneven but satisfying offering.The film is centered around a composer who moves into an opulent villato record the soundtra...
This film is why I worship and adore Italian Giallo films. For one, it hasbeautiful women in the cast. It is shot with a love for the film art, and isfilled with evil and graphic violence that caused it to be censored in manycountries.The violence is never ending, with fountains and fountains of the...
Lamberto Bava's second film, A Blade in the Dark, is a slightly aboveaverage late giallo despite some incredibly some heavy-handed clues (afemale director who dresses in men's suits, an actress appearing in aplay about Vita Sackville-West, a flamboyantly gay assistant and anopening scene where two c...
Composer Bruno is hired to complete the music for an up and cominghorror film, and to get the job done without much interruption. Hedecides to rent out a secluded villa, but his work gets sidetrack whenhe believes that some ravishing young woman who have disappeared havebeen murdered within the vill...
To begin with I was a real sap for liking all that commercial crap that theeveryday world is being exposed to watching. That was until "A Blade In TheDark" caught my attention.This was the first film that marked my entry towards Italian horror andwhatan entrance it was I might add.The opening sequen...
"A Blade in the Dark" is one of the best of the later entries in thegiallo cannon.**SPOILERS**Bruno (Andrea Occhipinti) decides to rent a house in the countryside towork on the score for a new horror movie. The house is huge, and he hasa great time wandering around, getting inspiration to compose ne...
The score is creepy, the direction atmospheric and some of the violence(particularly the hand impaling and the strangulation) is brutal andeffective. But all those positive qualities almost don't matter - becausethe script is so dumb, illogical and coincidence-ridden. Seriously, if youfound blood st...
Simply one of the best films of the Italian giallo genre and one ofLamberto Bava's best works!Music composer retreats to a large villa to work on a score for ahorror film. But once there, someone begins to violently murder thepeople around him.Colorful, gory, and highly polished horror film never fa...
A music composer moves into a villa to try to get into the right mood tomake a pulsating score to a horror movie. Things get awry when bodies beginpiling up around him. Could these events have anything to do with the filmthe composer is working on?This is the second feature by director Lamberto Ba...
"A Blade in the Dark" is a mediocre horror film.People comparing it toArgento's classics are completely missing the point.Obviously Lamberto Bavadoes not have the talent of his brilliant father Mario Bava-"A Blade in theDark" is nothing in comparison to "Blood and Black Lace","A Bay of Blood" or"The...
Lamberto Bava, son of the greatest director of all time – Mario Bava,suffers from an unhealthy obsession to face his audiences with some of themost nauseating and gross images ever. He previously did so in `Demoni',while using a terrific gimmick and appealing black humor. Demoni still ranksas h...
Lamberto Bava's amusing Giallo "A Blade in the Dark" is morestraightforward than most; it's reasonably stylish yet never goes forthe truly bizarre or nonsensical. The director, working from ascreenplay by husband and wife writers Dardano Sacchetti and ElisaBriganti, does a respectable job of balanci...
This is the second of Lamberto Bava's impressive string of horror filmsin the 80's. It followed in the wake of the excellent Macabre andpreceded the highly entertaining Demons. This one was firmly in theslasher/giallo style of films. It's another polished effort from thedirector and is one of the be...
Lamberto Bava's first film as a director, 1980's "Macabre," wassupposedly a bit too tame in the violence department to satisfy all thegorehounds out there, so in his next picture, 1983's "A Blade in theDark," the son of the legendary "Father of the Giallo," Mario Bava,created a bloodbath that might ...
Being left bored by Lamberto Bava and Stanko Molnar muddling firstcollaboration Macabre,I entered their second collaboration with greatlydecreased expectations.and since having learned that Bava had a threeyear break between his first and second film,the gap in time seems tohave made Bava much more ...
A young musician (Andrea Occhipinti) moves in to a house for thesummer, and soon he is surrounded by a series of murders. Evidencetrickles in that the killer might be the previous tenant, but nobodyknows for sure and some people refuse to talk. And what is in thelocked room in the basement? Lamberto...
Here in the states the Horror genre was really booming in the 1980s,but overseas in Italy there was quite a happening going on as well.Horror was a big deal and hugely profitable, for better or worse. Someof the greatest in Italian Horror films were made during this time andto this day still have ma...
This movie has almost everything a giallo should contain. Sexy women,abrutal killer and gore. An observant and experienced viewer may be ableto predict the identity of the killer early on but there are more thanenough red herrings to make you doubt your self. There are lot ofscenes in which cheesy c...
Director Lamberto Bava is the son of the arguably greatest Horrordirector who ever lived, the almighty Mario Bava. And while the youngerBava has made some more than decent films himself (such as the hugelyentertaining "Dèmoni" of 1985), they do not play in the same categoryas his father's masterpie...
Synopsis: A composer rents a villa while composing the theme of athriller/horror film. He starts to suspect that something is wrong whenpeople begin to disappear and he sees evidence of murder. Include afemale film director, a mysterious previous occupant of the villa whoalmost seems to haunt the pl...
(*mild spoilers*)Son of famous the Italian director, Mario Bava, Lamberto Bava directs hisown giallo thriller.'A Blade in the Dark' is a mildly (the emphasis being on mild) entertaining'whodunit' thriller. It's by no means on par with some of Dario Argento'swork but manages to succeed in its own way...
[spoilers] This flick begins with the kid from "Demons 2" daring the kid from"The House By the Cemetery" to go down in a dark basement while chanting "You'rea female! You're a female!" Then the story switches to the guy from "NewYork Ripper" who is a composer working on a new horror movie score, but...
Produced at the height of his career, "A Blade in the Dark" marksLamberto Bava's best directorial effort (certainly better than "Demons"and "Devil Fish"), a slick, intriguing, and sometimes shocking giallo.Bruno (Andrea Occhipinti, of "The New York Ripper") rents an isolatedvilla to work on the soun...
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