Saturday, October 20, 2007

IL BOIA SCARLATTO (The Bloody Pit Of Horror) - Gino Peguri - "Main Title" (1965)

It appears that even though most of the European horror films never reached the box office status of their American counterparts, a lot of the time, they had much cooler soundtracks, just as jazz in general was appreciated more in Europe, it was also used more often in their movies. This Italian movie, "The Bloody Pit Of Horror" is a good example. The music by Gino Peguri is quite pure. This song alone should make you want to see this movie, it's that cool, and not quite like anything else you've ever heard. If that's not enough, this film is also shot in "Psychovision"!!!! What else do you want?
Cool Personified


Greg Goodsell said...

How dare you question the absolute perfection of MY PERFECT BODY?????

Anonymous said...


Monster Music

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