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I'm a nice admirer of director Pete Walker and I personally feel that most of his horror movies unquestionably belong to the absolute greatest independent British productions ever made! Games like "Frightmare", "Schizo" and "House of Whipcord" are downright GREAT category movies with genuinely shocking plot-twists and an almost natural aversion to political correctness. Back in 1971, Walker made his very first attempt to do horror with "Die Screaming Marianne" and, to my own regret; it wasn't a very nice one. The storyline largely feels like a failed crossover between a crime-thriller and the Italian giallo (which was also hugely famous in that era) and it's still too related to the silly & light-headed sex comedies that Walker used to create previously, like "School for Sex" or "The Four Dimensions of Greta". The ravishing star Susan George plays the headstrong woman Marianne who flees from her parental mansion in Portugal and hooks up with a duo of typically British friends. Her infamous father (a former corrupt judge) and her wicked stepsister need her back in Portugal urgently because Marianne will later turn 21 years old, and then she has access to her deceased mother's fortune as well as the dirty family secrets. This is a very primary description of the film's storyline and there are loads of unimportant sub plots and incomprehensible twists that aren't really worth mentioning. The screenplay is stunningly incoherent and abruptly jumps from one sequence to other without even trying to create sense. Fresh characters are introduced swiftly and they travel back and forth between Portugal and London like it's an ordinary day trip. And yet, despite all its flaws, "Die Screaming Marianne" surely has potential and it's interesting viewing for Pete Walker fans, as he already approaches some of the subject that'll become his hobbyhorses in soon films. The judge hero played by Leo Genn, for example, is a typically corrupt and perverted figure that smuggles away all his dirty acts and the stepsister is a greedy bitch who'd do anything for power and money. Another positive elements contain some great set pieces, a catchy game song and a beautifully staged stage inside a sauna! Susanne George is superb but her two male counterparts are odd-looking idiots. Like other reviewer already pointed out, this movie becomes much more interesting if you watch it with Walker's audio commentary on, as he amplifies many bits and pieces that are shown poorly in the current film.
DIE SCREAMING MARIANNE is a standard-issue potboiler which is high on 'exotic' territories but weak on excitement. Susan George is nice to look at, as always, but she can't save boredom from setting in or do much to salvage the dreadful screenplay. Veteran exploitations Pete Walker didn't hit his stride as a truly effective film-maker until he began directing horror movies, bringing sleaze and gore to suburbia, so quite what this tedious mess is doing in Anchor Bay's otherwise perfect Pete Walker boxed set is a mystery to me. THE FLESH AND BLOOD SHOW or SCHIZO would have been more welcome inclusions, but Walker made movies for a wide tons of companies and distributors, so maybe some rights complications prevented their inclusion. Having told that, the game sequence is justly celebrated, and Walker offers an amusing and illuminating audio commentary on the film's troubled history (at one mission he cancelled the production, and the zone filming in Portugal was hampered by personality clashes) and his admiration for the lovely George is touchingly clear throughout. In fact, it's a lot more entertaining than the movie itself! Kenneth Kendel, Barry Evans and Anthony Sharpe offer effective help in smallish roles.
Strange behavior is on the menu for this frustratingly slow-moving "thriller" about a Swiss bank acc everyone needs the numbers to so that what's inside can be retrieved. Marianne(Susan George, dressed evocatively in skimpy outfits the whole film)is only one of two folks who know it..the other, her mother, is dead. Marianne's father, The Judge(Leo Genn)needs notes that are scathing enough to possibly send him to jail. The movie offers a distinct chance of The Judge being the very one who murdered Marianne's mother. Hildegarde(Judy Huxtable)is slowly going angry and wants the money within that bank account. It's her inner hatred for Marianne(she's papa's tiny girl)that drives her to search some method of getting those numbers to launch it. Sebastian(Christopher Sandford)gets in the mix as he started a relationship(that didn't last because he bored Marianne)with Marianne..but we come to search out he had already been involved with Hildegarde once before. He will create a deal with the devil, Hildegarde, to bring Marianne, who had ran away from home out of fear for her life, back to The Judge so that brute force might extract those numbers from her mouth. The unfortunate victim in all this isn't Marianne as much as her lover, Eli(Barry Evans)who comes with her only to face possible danger not just from Hildegarde, but even from his own mate Sebastian. The obsession for the cash is at the heart of the movie which takes method too long to receive going. What made me restless was the method the characters just didn't receive on with it. We spend so much time watching them skirting the trouble of THE necessary confrontation to receive those numbers from Marianne's brain. I think Pete Walker wants to test and evade as much suspense as possible which hurts this movie because I, for one, just didn't care for any of them enough. I think it comes down to George in the lead. She spends most of this movie simply blank without a tip of expression. I wanted to beat out her thoughts into words myself so she can just tell what she damn well feels. Hildegarde wants the cash so terrible enough it takes her damn well a long time to do anything. She tries manipulation using Sebastian as a means to snuff out the numbers, but shouldn't she know after such a length of Marianne's absence that wouldn't work? The movie limply moves along at a turtle's pace and by the time any true action occurs I was so uninvolved to care.
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