A woman slowly descends into madness after her fantasies about her neighbor take a dark turn in Lucio Fulci’s psychedelic giallo masterpiece with a glorious Morricone score.
“Thematically the closest Fulci got to his peer Argento. Colorful and wild, with orgies, LSD freakouts and painting-by-knife-throwing. The visuals are Fulci’s most impressive.” – Dana Reinoos, Screen Slate
“From an unforgettably intense chase sequence on the roof of a hippie-infested Alexandra Palace to some remarkably discomfiting avant-garde dream imagery, it’s an obscure but highly rewarding horror oddity. Hell of a title, too.” – Time Out