Danger: Diabolik

  • Mario Bava /
  • Italy, France /
  • 1968 /
  • 105 mins

John Phillip Law, Marisa Mell, Michel Piccoli / Fiction / Italian

Out for all he can take, seduce, or get away with...

Italy’s answer to the superhero is a masked, rubberized terrorist psychopath, committing grand larceny for fun and smashing the state for idle pleasure. Adapting the Giussani sisters’ Diabolik comic books for the big screen, B-movie genius Mario Bava marshalls his biggest budget ever and detonates this hugely influential pop-art explosion. Featuring a dark, groovy score by Ennio Morricone (an elusive cult legend in its own right), Danger: Diabolik is sleek, sexy, camp, and utterly irresponsible fun. [12]

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