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Psychopath, as this video was titled, begins with thieves who steal the contents of a safe, then are attacked by James Bond as they are leaving. Well, actually a dummy head of Sean Connery. All the shots of him have his face away from the screen. Later, it's revealed it was a mask. The man with the mask is Siegpress, who charges the police or insurance companies a percentage of the value of the stolen items he steals in order to return them.
I thought this was a horror movie because of the title, the presence of Klaus Kinski, and the fact that it was labeled as a horror movie by the video store. It's more of a crime thriller with some comedy in it. As such, I really wasn't interested and kept nodding off and eventually forward scanned through the rest.
It does have some very colorful set design and some very 1960s soundtrack music. At the end there were trailers by the video distributor for this movie as well as Banana Monster AKA Schlock (1973), White Slave AKA Schiave bianche: violenza in Amazzonia (1985), and I think Primal Fear.
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