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Torso [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]

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  • Format : Doublé, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Italien, Français, Espagnol
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Français, Espagnol
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.66:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Blue Underground
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 27 septembre 2011
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.2 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
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"From Sergio Martino, director of the stylish All The Colors of the Dark and the truly disturbing Mountain Of The Cannibal God, comes this fine gem of a slasher giallo that sits well up there with the best from Bava (Mario!) and Argento. Delicious students, who we can only assume are studying for a masters degree in stripping, head off for a vacation to a location remote enough to ensure undisturbed carnage should a killer be lurking nearby… Luckily for fans of psycho sexual thrillers a black gloved saw-wielding nutter has followed them to their bordello of nudity and soon starts effective slayer multi-tasking by molesting and mutilating his way through a cast of fine beauties including the ever delicious Suzy Kendall! TORSO (cert. 18) is released on DVD by Shameless Screen Entertainment. The film is presented remastered in 1.85:1 with English 2.0 sound, in region 0. Also included on the disc is a Shameless original trailer gallery and the DVD comes presented with a reversible classic artwork sleeve. " --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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Format: Blu-ray
Malgré un rythme un peu mou, ce film est une bonne petite réussite. Le scénario bien construit et malin emporte l'adhésion et l'érotisme soutenu jamais vulgaire ni gratuit apporte sa note de perversité dans une intrigue qui l'est autant . Reste l'interprétation approximative et souvent improvisée notamment celle de Luc Meranda ( comme d'habitude ) qui reste monolithique comme un Delon transalpin , et qui alourdit un peu le propos sans atténuer la réussite du film . Bluray parfait avec sous titre français sur la VO anglaise ( qui est d'origine) . La VO italienne à l'introduction différente avec quelques différences de scènes et de plans ne possède que des sous titres anglais . Un très bon achat.
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Un thriller à l'italienne plutôt sympathique. Des filles super sexy et un film plutôt violent pour les années 70. Un giallo pour cinéphiles avertis. Bon film...!
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Un serial killer mystérieux, de nombreuses jeunes filles assassinées sauvagement, un bain de sang, plusieurs suspects potentiels, fausses pistes et rebondissements, tout y est pour nous procurer du plaisir surtout si l'on aimes le style "giallo" des sixties/seventies.
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la dernière demi heure du film est un pur chef d’œuvre du cinéma
de l'art pour l'art
hélas trop de longueur
sinon l'idée la qualité de l'image et Luc Meranda donne une très bonne intensité
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT WORTH THE WAIT -- NOT A CLASSIC GIALLO. 22 juin 2016
Par Charles Justus Garard - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I had heard about this film for a long time and finally decided to buy it. It was not worth wait, however. The nude scenes are okay, but none of them involve Tina Aumont (who has nothing to do in this film) and Suzy Kendall (who spends the last third of the film hiding in a chateau while the killer works his deeds below). The revealed motivation for the killer is ridiculous and unconvincing, as if they had just tacked it on at the last moment.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Saw Before SAW 27 janvier 2013
Par Stanley Runk - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Sergio Martino takes a...ahem...stab at a giallo flick. And why not? Like most Italian directors, he's directed films in practically every genre anyway. It's not his only genre offering, but probably his best, and definitely his most well known.
A string of murders occurs on a college campus by a masked killer, and a group of female art students decide to escape the madness by taking off to a remote villa. Guess who follows?
The Italians really had this slasher thing down well before Friday the 13th came along. The murders are bloody and violent(for the time it was rather extreme, but not so much now for the typical horror fan), and there is a great deal of female flesh on display, including a lesbian scene! Whoopee!! Of course, this makes it easy to predict who will get slaughtered by the killer, as pretty much all the victims are shown nude at some point except Kendall, who naturally doesn't appear nude. The killer's identity is rather easy to figure out, but it's all about the journey, not the destination, right? In the giallo tradition, there is a heavy attempt to make a particular character seem the most likely candidate for the killer, but it's so obvious that he isn't the killer because of how disturbed and messed up they make him. And the fact that all the evidence points to him too! The last act with Kendall and the killer playing a game of cat and mouse in the villa is actually rather suspenseful at times. Like many giallos, it's stylish, and looks great.
The film's title more than likely refers to the fact that the killer likes to cop a feel on his victims after he murders them. Tasteful.
It may not quite be Argento, but Torso is required reading for the giallo fan.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Martino's unintentional bridge to the western hemisphere 8 janvier 2014
Par Bill Edwards - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Anyone familiar with Sergio Martino's filmography knows that Torso is the film many cite not only as his most recognized achievment, but a bridge to the rest of his catalogue. It was a constant on the shelves of the VHS rental stores I frequented in my youth. I snapped it up on impulse early on and rented it at least once more, decades ago. I knew nothing of Martino or his other work, but I could tell a well excecuted film when I saw it. It stayed with me, in my head's back catologue. Years later, Blue Underground gave it the treatment it deserved and I picked it up. Never reading up on the history of Italian cinema, I expanded upon my love of Fulci's City of the Living Dead prior to this and began picking up not only Lucio's works, but things that remained in my mental rolodex of what I consider above the bar. This release I want to thank Bill Lustig for. Picking it up a bit ago, I realized that it stood on even ground with anything I had recently ingested from Fulci, Bava and Argento. The film work and coloring is presented as it was in theaters, maybe better. That alone would captivate me. Usually enough to keep the interest of any fan of the genre. What really struck me as strongly now, was the story, the killer, the remarkably beautiful women and the obvious influence it had on the american slasher genre that hit it's golden age in the late 70s. Also the fact that this is better than all those nascent U.S. films circa 79-82 technically and in it's ability to allow me to suspend my disbelief and just enjoy the film. All this has made me dig deeper into his catalogue and reaffirm everything I love about his directional style and the film it produced. Looking back on Torso now that I have reference, I can see that this is the product of a man gifted with revealing and realising his passion to the world. Maybe the guy was a little over reactive for his emasculated youth memories, maybe the story could be seen as a bit thin and maybe I am a bit biased since I love these type of films. All these maybes have not detracted from the enjoyment I get revisiting this film and allowing me to be taken into his vision. High fallutin prose, I know. But if you like GOOD horror you can't go wrong. Light on the gore by today's standards, but emminently engrossing as a product of it's times. These times, too. Little competition from today's formulatic approaches and CAGs. Taken for what it is, it is hard not to appreciate this film. If you do like it, dip back into his catalogue. It only gets better and more outrageous. If you are an armchair critic prejudiced by Hollywood/ US Cinema, don't waste your time looking for another scapegoat to defend Jason or his mom. This is not your's to behold. If you know what a good thing is when you see it, dive in.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Way of All Credit 17 novembre 2013
Par V. Risoli-Black - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
This is an excellent blu-ray transfer of a rather rare giallo/slasher film that is given an introduction by writer/director of questionable renown, Eli Roth ("Cabin Fever" and "Hostel") that is truly scary. Blue Underground also provides an interview with the director of the film in which they claim and even coerce the director, Sergio Martino to agree "Torso" is his "masterpiece." The director has made many films and outran Dario Argento with three superior giallos starring Edwige Fenech, George Hilton and Ivan Rassimov: "The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh," "Your Vice is a Locked Door and Only I Have the Key" and "All the Colors of the Dark.." "Torso" is only more accessible especially to the general public who made "Friday the 13th" and other similar popular titles so big, of which it is basically a predecessor. What also gets in the way of "Torso" being on top is the tendency to include sensationalism, which in another genre Martino made a number of pictures like "Mountain of the Cannibal God." Suzy Kendall is excellent in "Torso." Color. Written by Martino and Ernesto Gastaldi, produced by Carlo Ponti, with good music and also with John Richardson.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Blue Underground has released another fantastic blu ray!!! 29 novembre 2011
Par M. Britton - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
After all these years of Torso being available on VHS tape, the past few years this Italian slasher flick has seen a few DVD releases and now this fantastic looking blu ray. I have been a fan of this classic since seeing it at the drive in during the mid '70s, now to own a copy of this movie that looks the best it has ever looked! Blue Underground just keeps releasing some good (and some bad) blu rays. It is hard to believe a film from 1973 could look this good. Glad I took the risk, because this blows away the DVD BU released several years ago. You have the option to watch either the English 90 minute version or the Italian 93 minute version. And the greatest part is you can choose English audio for the Italian cut!! That is so cool. Although some of it is spoken only in Italian, but not much.
The film is presented in its original 1.66 aspect ratio (where most prints have over matted the prints). Just glad a company took the time and money to make this classic look this great. This is a great looking blu ray of this forgotten Italian classic.
Keep bringing us great blu ray releases like this Blue Underground.
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