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domenica 14 agosto 2011

Gerhard Heinz, ''Love In The Shadow'' von Frank Duval (1981)

Gerhard Heinz, ''Love In The Shadow'' von Frank Duval (1981)

Frank Duval, composer of the song “Love in the Shadow”, turns out one of the most appalling songs that I have ever heard. But fear not, Gerhard Heinz has topped him by creating an atrociously ear-bleeding soundtrack to the movie.

"Love In The Shadow"  |3:11

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Musik: Gerhard Heinz, "Love In The Shadow" von Frank Duval
© 1981 Residenz Filmverleih GmbH

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Pretty Girls...

While German sexploitation composer Gerhard Heinz’s electronic score is suitably atmospheric (especially in the more gothic scenes), Frank Duval (who composed several songs for the long-running Horst Tappert detective show DERRICK) contributes a horrid disco track “Love in the Shadow” that is plaid throughout ad nauseum (even on the heroine’s record player) and never fails to get a mention in the film’s reviews.


Girls are killed at a language-school in Spain.

Poor Angela...and..dead girls

Angela Mia! ~ Bloody Moon (Die Säge des Todes, 1981)

Miguel, a young man with a horribly disfigured face, goes on a rampage at a masquerade party and rapes a girl. He then brutally hacks up the young woman with a pair of scissors. Miguel is institutionalized at a mental asylum for five years. Afterward, he is released into the care of his sister, Manuela. Along with their wheelchair-using mother, they operate a boarding school for young women, called Europe's International Youth-Club Boarding School of Languages, on the Spanish resort of Costa Del Sol. Miguel is intrigued by Angela, a long-haired brunette, whom he first saw on the train ride from the sanitarium. The creepy Miguel follows her around. Miguel meets with Manuela to request that they resume their incestuous relationship. She reminds him that it was this relationship that made him emotionally unstable five years earlier. She says they cannot because nobody understands them: "Only if we could get rid of everyone, then things could go back to the way they were." Then Angela's friends are killed one by one. One, while topless, is skewered from behind by a 12-inch knife that exits her right nipple. Another is coerced by a romantic masked Spaniard who insists on tying her up in an abandoned lumber mill (which according to her is "kinky,") and is decapitated with a large power saw, complete with squirting blood from her neck. A young boy is run over mid-section by a Mercedes. Another friend is strangled by smoldering fireplace tongs. There is also the real decapitation of a snake. When the girls start to turn up missing, nobody believes Angela that there's a killer on the loose. She had seen the corpse of one girl, and it was gone as soon as she went for help. Confused and scared, Angela finally looks for help from the people who run the school.

Directed by Jesus Franco
Written by Rayo Casablanca

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© Inter-Light Video

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