Been streaming a bunch of giallo stuff that I've been meaning to see for a while but for whatever reason never did, like Death Walks on High Heels, Amuck!, and Watch Me When I Kill. Watch Me was actually written and assembled coherently, so there's actually a compelling mystery story being told. Not top of the genre, but still pretty good. I enjoyed the other two to a slightly lesser degree. High Heels drags in spots, but has some Argento-worthy set pieces and a sweet Stelvio Cipriani score. Amuck! is pretty cool too, Farley Granger is super creepy, plus Barbara Bouchet AND Rosalba Neri. Swoon.
edit: Watch Me When I Kill's score was by Trans Europa Express, who were a bunch of Italian studio musicians. It totally rules, very Goblin... almost lifts the Suspiria theme note for note. One of the dudes in TEE was a short-lived member of Goblin for a time.
The Eyes of My Mother - Pretty creepy b&w horror from last year. Elements of May, Psycho, and TCM. Fucked up shit, very well done. Recommended.
Death Race 2050 - Mostly pretty bad, but had some good laughs. Tennessee is now known as "Kirkland Tenements". lol
The Long Goodbye - Loved this. Best cat actor of all time?
The Spider Labyrinth - 1988 Italian horror from the shitty twilight days of the Italian film industry. Rather tedious. Maybe almost worth watching for the sfx bonanza at the end.