The Giallo genre - a beguilingly cheesy mix of suspense, murder, sex appeal, and truly out-there soundtracks - was popular in Italy starting in the 60s. The Giallo sensibility is hard to fully describe, but is perfectly encapsulated by some of the titles:
  1. What Have You Done To Solange?
  2. What Are These Strange Drops of Blood Doing on Jennifer's Body?
    AKA Case of the Bloody Iris. Not remade with Megan Fox.
  3. Strip N*de For Your Killer
    I prefer its marginally classier Italian title, N*de Per L'Assassino. (I'm guessing I can't type out that word here. I'm a genteel lister of violent cinema, I do declare.)
  4. Your Vice Is A Locked Room and Only I Have The Key
  5. Four Flies On Grey Velvet
  6. Don't Torture A Duckling
  7. Death Laid An Egg