Tuesday, 14 June 2016

The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh - DVD Review

Sexy worldly Mrs. Wardh (Played by Edwige Fenech) endures a stifling marriage in the hope of repressing her perverse past - a sadomasochistic relationship with the degenerate Jean ( played by Ivan Rassimov). 

Disillusioned with her unloved existence, she embarks upon a torrid affair with suave playboy George (Played by George Hilton).  But Happiness may prove short-lived: as Jean reappears, a brutal razor-slasher begins bloodily dispatching the nubile nymphets of Vienna

Fearing that she may next face the killers blade, tormented and deceived, she spirals into an uncontrollable emotional maelstrom where her deviant desires reawaken in a welter of sex, sadism and slaughter.

The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh is a 1970's Italian Giallo directed by genre favourite Sergio Martino (Torso), enriched with Nora Orlando's soaring sounds.

I enjoyed the film very much and I highly recommend it to any Giallo fans who haven't seen it.

Special features Include:
All-new 20 min interview with Director Sergio Martino
Director Sergio Martino introduction
Shameless Fact Track by Justin Harries
Theatrical Trailer
Shameless complete trailers
Edwige Fenech Bio presentation 

( See Official Trailer below)

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