""You haven't changed, I see. You've always loved violence."
I've always felt that out of all of Mario Bava's films, this is the most overlooked and until I saw Lisa and the Devil (1973), it was my favorite of his work. While the film is fairly limited on plot, it's dripping with mood and style. It's an offbeat romance film that is filled with risque sexuality and sadomasochism. Under Bava's hand, it's a profound and colorful experience. Ubaldo Terzano's cinematography is very grand and along "