Torso
I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale
Italy (IT), 1973, 92 minutes, HD
It saturates the screen with terror!
Torso Synopsis

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 madman 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 beauties.

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Reviewed by josephcalingasa
Very violent and bloody!  I'm not really into horror films but this one was fashionably yet weirdly made that you can't help but take notice.  This is about some college... more
Very violent and bloody!  I'm not really into horror films but this one was fashionably yet weirdly made that you can't help but take notice.  This is about some college coeds who head off to a remote location after some violent killings in their college campus.  Truly a slasher film complete with blood and murders and a masked murderer on the loose. That scene where Jane was pursued by the murderer was a fitting climax to the film,  you can't help but hold your breath in suspense!  A great giallo movie by director Sergio Martino,  famous for his slasher thrillers. Commendable musical scoring by Guido and Maurizio DeAngelis. A must-watch! 
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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Suspenseful and intense!  This film by director Sergio Martino effectively brings the suspense factor to the hilt with slasher scenes and bloody shots of persons being killed and sawed to... more
Suspenseful and intense!  This film by director Sergio Martino effectively brings the suspense factor to the hilt with slasher scenes and bloody shots of persons being killed and sawed to a bloody pulp.  There was also a scene where a man was pinned to a wall and almost crushed, that was scary.  But while this giallo film satisfies horror fans with the suspenseful scenes I also find it reminiscent of the fashion statement of the '70s, it brings one down memory lane to that part of history where clothes are fashionably hip and the locations are breathtaking. Worth checking out not only for the screams but also for the truly authentic retro vibe of the movie.
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