The Films

REVERSED is the first film from Brivido Giallo, and the fifth feature film from writer/director Vince D’Amato – A thrilling new experience in experimental noir, inspired by the sensual and violent world of the Italian giallo film, Reversed tells the twisted tale of Asia, a globe-trotting socialite who winds up involved in murder, sex, and mayhem. Is someone really after her, or is she completely delusional and paranoid?

Exploring the bloody back-story through her three lovers, Asia’s tale of eroticism and violence is a twisting journey through a disturbed and passionate mind that will leave the viewer thinking back on it long after the film has finished.

Reversed was co-produced by Creepy Six Films, and completed post-production in Canada in 2013. It was independently released theatrically the same year in Canada and Italy.

GLASS, was a hit in the 2015-2016 global genre festival circuit, playing theatrically in several cities in Canada, America, and Portugal, winning several awards in the process, including Best Feature, Best Actress (twice for Tirra Dent), and Best Music Score (twice for ongoing giallo collaborator Mickey E.Vil).

2016 saw Brivido Giallo’s 5th anniversary; as we went into production for our third and most recent Canadian/Italian feature film VALLEY OF THE RATS, which has since been re-titlesd ODISSEA DELLA MORTE and hasscreened at several North American film festivals, including the Cinemafantastique Film Festival and Portland’s PDXtreme Film Fest, and was the opening film at the BADASS FILM FESTIVAL in 2017.

An erotic and surreal odyssey of violence…

ODISSEA DELLA MORTE was selected as #13 in Film Bizarro’s “Top 30 of 2017”! A young man is accused of his ex-girlfriend’s murder. Before he’s formally charged by the police, he sets out on a two-day odyssey to find the real killer – tracking down his leads from the backseat of a rented limousine; which allows him to contemplate class society, life in the city, and the grime that runs in the small nooks and valleys of cosmopolitan life. Like the earlier works of Vince D’Amato for his Brivido Giallo trilogy, this wildly kinetic and erotic film moves through a world of contemporary, wordless, operatic imagery of sex and violence.