Inside Artwork: Yes
Finish Type: Matte (Spot Gloss)
Actors: Cameron Mitchell, Eva Bartok, Thomas Reiner, Ariana Gorini, Dante DiPaolo, Mary Arden (I)
Director: Mario Bava
Language: ITALIAN: LPCM Mono (48kHz, 24-bit), ENGLISH: LPCM Mono (48kHz, 24-bit)
of Discs: 1
Rating: Not Rated
Release Date: 1964
Run Time: 89 Min.
- Commentary by Tim Lucas
- Psycho Analysis (1080p; 55:08) is an examination of the film, and giallo generally, which features a generous
assortment of interviews with the likes of Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava (Mario Bava's son).
- Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (1080p; 10:35) is a joint interview with the creative forces behind Amer.
- Yellow (1080p; 26:02) is a so-called "neo-giallo" by Ryan Haysom and Jon Britt.
- Trailer (1080p; 3:24)
- Gender and Giallo (1080p; 38:01) is a piece by Michael Mackenzie where he separates the genre into "F-giallo"
and "M-giallo" depending on the gender of the protagonist(s). This comes with a warning that it includes spoilers for countless
- Blood and Bava (1080p; 11:21) is a panel discussion featuring Dario Argento, Lamberto Bava and Steve Dellacasa, from the 2014
Courmayeur Film Festival.
- The Sinister Image (1080i; 56:25) is a two part appreciation of Cameron Mitchell hosted by David Del Valle.
- US Opening (1080p; 1:56) is an alternate animated credits sequence done by Filmation for the film's American release.
Isabella, a young model is murdered by a mysterious masked figure at a
boarding house run by Max Morlacchi and his lover Countess Cristiana
Como. When Isabella's boyfriend is suspected of the killing, her diary,
which apparently has some incriminating evidence linking her to the
killer, dissapears, the masked killer begins killing off all the models
in and around the house to find the diary...