Wednesday, October 13, 2010
ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK
Jane (Edwige Fenech) is having nightmares of a blue-eyed stalker, coming to either kill her or drive her insane. Turns out, blue eyes belongs to a devil cult intent on initiating her and then killing her. Jane's mother used to belong to the same cult and long ago, she betrayed them, so now they want their revenge. What follows is a swirling, surreal, weird film, with a good number of hot women and strange set-pieces.
Colors is a slow movie and not recommended if you need to take a nap, unless you want to use it as a sleep aid. However, if you can get into its slow pace and dreamy imagery, you're going to find you like it quite a bit, like I do. It's not perfect and is too long, but well worth a watch. Plus, it stars the beautiful Fenech as Jane and I cannot emphasize how lovely she is to look at.
So, if you're a fan of strange seventies films, this one is right up your alley. If not, look elsewhere, intrepid viewer!