If that's your thing, grab some popcorn; you're in for a treat! It's not really good, but not bad either. Also starring Erna Schurer, Gianni Airo, Silvana Depretto, Achille Grioni, Guiseppa Moschella, Filippo La Neve, Claudio Pelligrini, Wainer Verri and Rudolfo Zola. In closing, the movie does suffer from some pacing problems and there are moments where the movie seems to drag, but despite those problems the movie works rather well. Who will live to find out? The investigation scenes work rather well, but it's just the filler scenes that don't work quite as well. The coverbox promises more than the film delivers plus the artwork is great. Edwige Fenech is one of the pretty popular Italian actress with large perfect boobs.
It's got it's share of nude women as well, but aside from Russ Meyer films, nudity was never a selling point with me for an exploitation film. That's not to say Strip Nude for Your Killer is a bad movie it is actually overall pretty good, but when there are no stalking scenes and when it's not about the investigation some of the scenes lack at times. It's got that funky soundtrack we all love. This was directed by Andrea Bianchi, who as everyone knows, gave us the box office smash, Burial Ground. If it was ever in question, don't worry, most everyone will get the chance to disrobe some more than once and offer up an important clue before being knocked off.
Strip Nude for Your Killer was one of the many Giallos to feature the stunningly beautiful Edwige Fenech. If you have been following this review closely, you should be able to figure out who the killer is. The attacker then cuts off the doctor's testicles and leaves them next to his body. Strip Nude for Your Killer starts off a bit slow with the introduction of the characters, none of which were all that interesting. This may not be a top-tier giallo film, but it has enough quirkiness such as the reveal that Maurizio is a virgin and can only make love to a blow-up doll without prematurely ejaculating! Since that film was so silly and out there, I figured this would have a touch of that lunacy as well.
Commedia - Edwige Fenech La vedova inconsolabile ringrazia quanti la consolarono Edwige Fenech: Catarina Prevosti Carlo Giuffrè: Carlo Bruchelli, il ladro Didi Perego: Teresa, la madre Guido Leontini: Tonnozzo Prevosti Pino Ferrara: Nicolino Prevosti Franco Ressel: Mario Maranzana: Enzo Andronico: Fortunato Cecilia: Paola Arduini: Carla Mancini: Seconda Babysitter Luigi Antonio Guerra: Angela Leontini: Movie Italian - 1973 youtube. But when Gisella is blackmailed for ten million lire by someone over the phone and Carlo takes photos of the killer murdering Gisella as she is delivering the blackmail money she is stabbed and has both her ears cut off , it is apparent that Carlos is the blackmailer and the killer is someone close to him. When she wakes up in the middle of the procedure and dies of a massive coronary, the doctor and assistant Carlo Bianchi Nino Castelnuovo take the woman's body to her house, place her in a bathtub full of water and make it look like she drowned in her bathtub of natural causes. She has made a career out of appearing in such wonderful films as Sexy Susan Sins Again 1968 , Swinging Young Seductresses 1969 , Sex Is a Pleasure 1969 , Naughty Nun 1972 , Ubalda, All Naked and Warm 1973 , La Soldatessa alle grandi manovre 1978 , and the redundant The Inconsolable Widow Thanks All Those Who Consoled Her 1974 --among many, many others. An earring found next to Lucia's body offers an important clue to the killer's identity and when Maurizio is the next to suffer the fate of the killer's knife, all clues point to Gisella being the killer.
This is a nasty, nudity-filled thriller that is sure to raise some eyebrows, due to both male and female full-frontal nudity and the manner of the killings. The statuesque brunette was born in the aptly named town of Bône in Algeria to a French father and a Tunisian mother. Sleazy Italian giallo film that opens with a doctor performing an abortion on a young woman. The women were good looking so I don't mind, but I couldn't help but feel Bianchi was more interested on sex and nudity rather than suspense, while Strip Nude for Your Killer has some solid tension I couldn't help but feel it could have been so much more.
Though once we get to about the 25-min mark the movie does begin to pick up. Of course all of the standard questions are raised. She has handsome body structure and looks very lusty in life. Lover Boy, and her all-time classic Cattivi pensieri 1976 , a. I mean, how can you go wrong with a killer in a motorcycle helmet killing nude chicks that is if you forget Nail Gun Massacre exists? It's about a killer in motorcycle gear that kills fashion Turn To The Left!! If you are a fan of Giallos and or Edwige Fenech than by all means check out Strip Nude for Your Killer.
Magda must find Carlos' undelveloped roll of film to unmask the killer. Edwige Fenech ranks among the moist prolific act-chests from the classic era of Italian sensual cinema. Ambitious photographer Magda Edwige Fenech, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key and her on-off boyfriend, love rat Carlo Nino Castelnuovo, The English Patient , team up to crack the case. Strangely the film is a tad boring.
A police inspector Lucio Como interrogates all of the agency's employees and tries to tie-in the doctor's murder with Mario's, since they are so similar. Strip Nude For Your Killer's not bad. Edwige did more movies with loads of gratuitous nudity than without, however the majority of them were rather tame and only a few featured Edwige giving up the full monty. So roll up for a Euro cult experience like no other, with kitschy fashion shoots, back alley abortions, blow-up sex dolls and some very indelicate humor, as one of the most notoriously sleazy gialli ever produced gets the red carpet treatment from Arrow Video! Some took inspiration from the then-burgeoning crime thriller movement, with tales of organised crime and corrupt police officials. I guess you'd be pretty even steven with this one.
Director Andrea Bianchi is able to create some tension, but some of his scenes can drag. Lucia is then graphically stabbed to death by the leather-clad killer immediately after Gisella leaves the apartment. There are plenty of really well-done moments, but it also takes a while before we get to them. Based on a story by Andrea Bianchi, the screenplay was written by Massimo Felisatti, the screenplay is your standard Giallo; Nothing here really stands-out from the norm; though with that said the movie isn't badly written. The doctor then drives home like nothing wrong has happened, but is attacked and graphically stabbed to death by someone wearing a black leather outfit, complete with motorcycle helmet. While the characters lack depth, the mystery aspect is actually pretty good.