Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys. In this episode we’re talking about 1964’s Blood And Black Lace and 1966’s Kill Baby…Kill.
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We start by briefly discussing what we’ve done lately involving horror. Liam talks about seeing Black Christmas, and Justin hasn’t seen anything involving horror.
We begin by talking about Blood And Black Lace. We give a brief summary of the film and talk about the influence it had on the subgenre of giallos.
The films “groundbreaking” qualities are discussed, including it’s contributions to the ‘whodunit’ style films.
Giallos in general are discussed briefly, and we talk at length about the films unorthodox choices in lighting and cinematography. The look of the villain, the brutality of the kills, and the films lack of cheesy clues/red herrings is touched upon.
Next up is Kill Baby, Kill! We give a brief summary of the film, and discuss the films lack of stakes.
We discuss the films somewhat flat cinematography, lack of real narrative, and somewhat boring story.
We weren’t really big fans of this movie so we didn’t really have much to say.
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