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?
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  2. What Are These Strange Drops of Blood Doing on Jennifer's Body?
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    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
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  5. Four Flies On Grey Velvet
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  6. Don't Torture A Duckling
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  7. Death Laid An Egg
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