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When pursuing a pretty girl, it'simportant to stop and watch aDario Argento marathon. And ask yourself, would sheenjoy these films? Would sheappreciate the Goblin score? Would the creative splattermake her laugh? Cry? Scream? Or would she get up andleave, never to return?

The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things


Everyone knows a cute girl who can’t appreciate the splendors of Italian horror is useless. If anyone says differently, they’re a liar.

In fact, gentlemen (and lesbians), if you really wanna make an impression, light some candles, pour some wine, and put on your original pressing of Goblin’s Roller. You’re guaranteed to win a girl’s heart that way.

Sisly was an Italian horror virgin, well, in a manner of speaking. She loves horror movies but was only familiar with the myriad remakes and watered down Hollywood flicks; she hadn’t been introduced to the good stuff until we met.

I remember it as if it was only yesterday… We started with Deep Red, and when she noticed the killer’s reflection in the mirror, I knew I was in love.

Long after we split, she called to tell me she was at a party and some indie douchebag was wearing a Cannibal Holocaust shirt. The design was from taken from the Chilean lobby poster, Holocausto caní­bal. She recognized it instantly and struck up a conversation (discovering in the process he knew nothing). I couldn’t have been prouder.

But the question remains: would cute sandwich girl appreciate Italian horror? I wonder…

And have you ever noticed how cute Daria Nicolodi was circa 1975?

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