Marina De Van
Marina de Van’s surprisingly transcendent take on auto-cannibalism and gory self-discovery shows a woman divided.
In the most criminally underseen giallo mindf*ck of the ’70s, a woman is led to a place where recognition, identity, and the truth are never what they seem.
Splashes of black comedy combine with jolts of old-school horror for a slyly contemporary take on the female bloodsucker mythos.
Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
A mentally unbalanced spinster (Elizabeth Taylor) arrives in Rome and embarks on an increasingly unhinged mission to find the ultimate lover and/or murderer.
A stunning story of obsessive love that brings the contrasting traditions of rural Southern Italy to life amidst a classic tale of the monstrous feminine.