Eyeball (1975) 1080p YIFY Movie

Eyeball (1975) 1080p

Gatti rossi in un labirinto di vetro is a movie starring Martine Brochard, John Richardson, and Ines Pellegrini. A maniac killer in a red cape and hood is killing off American tourists on a tour bus by gouging out their eyeballs.

IMDB: 5.90 Likes

  • Genre: Mystery | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.76G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: Italian  
  • Run Time: 91
  • IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Eyeball (1975) 1080p

A maniac killer in a red cape and hood is killing off American tourists on a tour bus by gouging out their eyeballs.


The Director and Players for Eyeball (1975) 1080p

[Director]Umberto Lenzi
[Role:]Andrés Mejuto
[Role:]Ines Pellegrini
[Role:]Martine Brochard
[Role:]John Richardson


The Reviews for Eyeball (1975) 1080p


A weak-mystery but still rather fun GialloReviewed bykannibalcorpsegrinderVote: 8/10

On a sight-seeing trip in Barcelona, an eclectic group of tourists finds themselves being stalked by a maniac looking for a particular member of the group who knows the secret about their past criminal life and must find a way to stop the rampage before they're all killed.

This was quite the fun and overall enjoyable Giallo. One of the strongest efforts within this one is the fact that there's so much to really like here with the cheesy setting and location of the overall effort. The fact that this one plays with the idea of the tourist group on a trip through the city when they get caught up in the mystery of the killer striking against them sets this off on a solid note, and the scenes of the group on the streets enjoying the city or being chased thinking they've gotten the killer allows for a nice bit of cheese to be offered here. Once they get further along the investigation the engaging mystery takes over the fun cheese on display as the stalking scenes are quite good, from the opening murder in the streets of the town, a shocking ambush inside a carnival ride where the body is discovered upon arriving back at the station and the great stalking down at the farm featuring the killer tossing the body into the pig-pen. The later ambush on the unsuspecting victim in the bathroom waiting for her partner to come in and then later meeting the killer trying to escape makes for a nice scene, and with the follow-up attack on the witness in the hospital that gets interrupted allows for some solid work here chasing them through the room before making the nice escape that keep his identity a secret. Coupled with the fine nudity and one of the finer use of a tragic accident to spur the murders onward here as the motivation for the killings these here allow this one to have some rather fine positives to hold over the few minor negatives. Among the worst flaws here is the fact that the central investigation doesn't make much sense in the way it unfurls since it feels like the least successful investigation in one of the genres' efforts. There's never a great deal of uncovering clues to lead to the next one that brings about the killers' eventual identity, and when we are stuck with the police inspectors they don't do much of anything to investigate the clues left behind which are there for it does come off with a solid mystery at its heart involving why the tour group is specifically targeted. However, the investigation into the missing passenger and the photographic evidence left behind don't really play into the film all that much and it strikes as quite a weak overall investigation which is part and parcel of the genre. That also leaves the film to stumble at times with a slightly lower body count than would be expected for these kinds of films also coming into play in making the second half feel somewhat weaker than the first half as it opens strongly but seems to fizzle out once they know the killers' stalking them. While it's not enough to really lower this, they do knock it down slightly.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence, Nudity and Language.

AWESOME RED RAIN JACKET KILLER FLICK FROM 1975Reviewed bySlasherReviewerVote: 10/10

This is one awesome slasher flick that pre dates most slasher films. One of Umberto Lenzi's movies and it is a "giallo" and very enjoyable. Gore galore with mean looking brutal knife attacks!!!Gouging out eyeball's is his profession. Anyone that says this movie isn't good is not a slasher or a horror fan because this is everything us horror junkies want to see. I have this on VHS and don't think it's on DVD yet but someone like Anchor Bay or Blue Underground need to jump on this before someone else does. Just remember kiddies that this was way before Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees and this is where it all started. Slasher Reviewer says this is a must see and on his Top 20 Slasher List for sure. 5 Stars!!!!!

Dull giallo from a director uncomfortable with the formReviewed byjadavixVote: 5/10

"Eyeball" is one of the more tedious giallo flicks I have seen. It's funny: you'd think the film's unique setting in Barcelona, and its premise of a group of American tourists dealing with murder in Spain, would be enough to set it apart somehow. It's even got an interracial lesbian couple. Yet, none of this works.

I think the problem is the director is just not comfortable making gialli. Umberto Lenzi is a name infamous among all fans of cult, exploitation and shock cinema. Yet he was never really renowned in giallo circles. He is famous, or infamous, for films like "Cannibal Ferox", a movie some consider to be even more appalling than its obvious inspiration, "Cannibal Holocaust". Aside from that, he seems to have been most prolific in the Eurocrime genre, with classics like "Almost Human" - arguably the best poliziotteschi of them all, and a bunch of others like "Syndicate Sadists" and "The Cynic, the Rat and the Fist".

I feel the urge to describe the plot, but I've pretty much done so already. The movie has a set-up but no execution - no pun intended. American tourists are on a sight-seeing trip in Barcelona. Among them is a rich man with his mistress whom he intends to leave his wife for, and a lesbian couple featuring a sexy woman-of-colour. Someone dies. Actually, make that a bunch of people. They all turn up dead with one eyeball plucked out. The killer is gradually revealed to be a masked figure with a red raincoat.

There is a completely ineffectual police investigation, some random bare breasts and some more murders or attacks which, considering the violence against eyeballs, are surprisingly non-violent.

None of the characters really make any impression whatsoever. The guy playing the cheating hubby is like every other such character in every other giallo ever made. There's always a rich guy screwing around. Giallo exists to show rich people behaving badly.

The only person onscreen who brings out any sympathy in the viewer is the black lesbian. She is sexy and easy to root for. She should have been the main character! Forget the others. I wonder if people of colour just weren't generally protagonists in European films in the '70s - which is a shame, considering blaxploitation was kicking ass across the Atlantic at this time, so obviously there was a market for it among exploitation fans.

The killer was, I guess, a surprise. I didn't guess it, but then I didn't care enough to. The direction is just so pedestrian; it's one of those movies where it feels like a tour of the city in which it's filmed. The locations overwhelm and dwarf the actors. The direction is so dull it can't focus your attention on them for long.

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