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Gli assassini sono nostri ospiti (1974)

 -  Crime | Drama | Thriller  -  1983 (Norway)
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Dr. Guido Malerva
Margaret Lee ...
Eliana
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Commissario Di Stefano
Gianni Dei ...
Franco
Livia Cerini ...
Mara Malerva
Giuseppe Castellano ...
Mario
Sandro Pizzochero ...
Eddie
Giovanni Brusadori ...
Secondo Commissario
Marino Campanaro
Ferdinando Borgonovo
Giancarlo Busi
Fernanda Minelli
Teodoro Visentin
Gianni Gereghini
Gabriele Fontanesi
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Not really a Giallo, but still a decent exploitation flick
15 July 2007 | by (Beverley Hills, England) – See all my reviews

The Killers Are Our Guests is one of the harder to come by Giallo's, and that isn't surprising as the film doesn't really adhere to the common Giallo plot and themes. The basic plot is more along the lines of an exploitation film, as it features at the centre, people being held captive by criminals in their own home. In fact, I would really hesitate to call this film a Giallo at all; there is not really anything about the film (aside from the title and the fact that it's Italian and was made in the mid seventies) to identify it as a bona fide Giallo. As mentioned, the plot focuses on a couple being trapped inside their own house by a criminal gang. The gang have robbed a bank, but one of them got himself shot, so they decide to hole up at the house of Dr. Guido Malerva so the injured member can get medical attention. However, not everything goes to plan once the gang get to the doctor's house, as things start to fall apart when another gang member, named Eddie, turns up at the doctor's house.

As you've probably guessed, this film doesn't do much for me as a Giallo, but as an exploitation film it's not bad. The interaction between the various lead characters is the film's backbone, and it's fairly interesting - if a little slow. The centrepiece of the action is a lesbian scene, which was by far and away the best moment of the film for me. I think the reason why this scene is in the film is down to the fact that this sort of thing was popular in seventies Italian films (and that's a lot of the reason why seventies Italian films are popular with me!), but even so it works quite well in the context of the movie. The acting is decent enough, with Italian actor Antonio De Teffè leading an experienced line up that includes Margaret Lee (Slaughter Hotel), Luigi Pistilli (Bay of Blood) and Gianni Dei (Giallo a Venezia). Overall, I wont say this obscure film is one of the best films to come out of Italy in the seventies (actually nowhere near), but it's a decent ride and one that I'm sure will be appreciated by anyone inclined to track it down.


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