Watch Me When I Kill (1977)

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    A pharmacist is murdered, and a woman happens to see the culprit leave the scene. She soon finds herself being stalked by the killer, and when her boyfriend tries to discover who the murderer is and stop him, he begins to find out that there is much more to the murder than the ordinary killing it first appeared to be.

    A series of brutal and bizarre killings takes place. When Mara witnesses one of the murders the black-gloved killer starts terrorizing her-she turns to her boyfriend Lukas for assistance. But will he be able to uncover the culprit before his girlfriend becomes the next victim? Antonio Bido's "Watch Me When I Kill" is an enjoyable giallo, albeit heavily influenced by Dario Argento's works, especially "Deep Red". The film is an above-average effort filled with enough suspense and shocks to satisfy fans of Italian horror. Surprisingly effective murder scenes are another reason to check this film out-in particular,the muder of Fernando Cerulli in a bathtub, set to opera music, would make Dario Argento proud. The performances are pretty good and it's nice to see Fulci's veteran Paolo Malco in one of the main roles.



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