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  • Actors: Jane Birkin, Bruno Boschetti, Franoise Christophe, Anton Diffring, Bianca Doria
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Italian
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Release Date: Nov. 1 2005
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000B64TZA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,178 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa41b2258) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42a92ac) out of 5 stars That Darned Cat!... April 10 2011
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on
Format: DVD
SEVEN DEATHS IN THE CAT'S EYE concerns a family curse, a beautiful woman's return to her ancestral castle, and a mysterious murderer lurking the halls and passageways. If you are a giallo, horror, or suspense fan, then SDITCE should definitely satisfy! It's filled w/ possible suspects, betrayals, and madness. The atmosphere is thick and foreboding, w/ plenty of gruesome twists and deadly turns. Of course, the title comes into play as a particular feline seems to be present at each homicide. I had fun watching this one...
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3e658ac) out of 5 stars A "hammer"-esque Italian Giallo Aug. 5 2006
By Lunar Strain - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Seven Deaths in a Cat's Eye is not your typical giallo. Though the title is reminicent of many other giallo's made in the 70's by incorporating an "animal" in the title, it is a little different. We do not have a gloved killer dressed in black going around and violent slashing people. It is instead a murder mystery that surrounds a group of family members in an old castle that start getting killed off one by one by a mysterious killer. Because it stray's from the formula a bit Seven Deaths in a Cat's Eye might disappoint people who live and breath by Dario Argento's films.

Just because it strays from the formula a bit and has little gore doesn't make it a giallo? Hell no! That's like saying Psycho isn't a horror film because it doesn't show gore or have a masked undead killer. Giallo simply means "murder mystery" and that is exactly what this film is. Just because it doesn't copy Argento frame by frame does not make it a giallo. I actually commend Antonio Margheriti for trying something different. Along with his stylish directing, he also injected the film with a thick atmosphere VERY reminisent of old Hammer films. Very gothic in feeling. Like those films, the movie doesn't move at a 100 mph but lets the mystery and atmosphere take you along. Unless you are a young, small minded viewer whose attention can only be kept by today's modern fast adn flashy editing then you should have no problem with this film.

Is Seven Deaths in a Cat's Eye a terrific film? No. But it is a good film that really deserves to be viewed. The atmosphere is thick, the directing is great....just don't expect an Argento giallo and you will find Seven Deaths to your liking.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa431c9d8) out of 5 stars "La morte negli occhi del gatto" (original title) June 20 2015
By bernie - Published on
Format: DVD
A series of gruesome dispatches occur in an Italian castle. They are witnessed by the family cat. We cannot be too sure the cat is not in on the plot. Looks like anybody and everybody could be the culprit. Let us hope it is not someone that comes out of the closet at the last moment.

Right off I recognized the actress Jane Mallory Birkin who played Corringa; she was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 2001. She was in Evil Under the Sun (1982.) So I was intrigued to find her in this movie.

There were other actors that I could not believe they could afford in this movie such as Anton Diffring whom played Dr. Franz. It took a second then I recognized him from Fahrenheit 451 (1966) where he played the Headmistress of a school.

This story has castles and tales of evil beings. What more could anyone want?

Turns out to be a cheap quickly written Italian who-dun-it. It looks like someone wanting to be the next "Hammer."

This would make a great school play but it is too unprofessional in dialog (Italian) and special effects, to hold ones attention for long.

I watched the DVD with the 8 minute interview with Co-Writer Giovanni Simpnelli where they were proud of making a movie on the cheap and had no idea how campy it could be.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42033c0) out of 5 stars Grief for the Macgriefs Oct. 1 2011
By William Amazzini - Published on
Format: DVD
The early seventies had a minor Italian gothic resurgence after the success of Director Dario Argento's giallo hits 'THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMMAGE' aka 'L'UCCELLO DLLE PIUME DI CRISTALLO'-1969 and 'THE CAT O' NINE TAILS' aka 'IL GATTO A NOVE CODE'- 1971. Master Mario Bava directed 'BARON BLOOD' aka 'GLI ORRORI DEL CASTELLO DI NUREMBERGA'-1972 and here we have Director Antonio Margheriti aka Anthony M. Dawson delivering the goods with 'SEVEN DEATHS IN THE CAT'S EYE' aka 'LA MORTE NEGLI OCCHI DEL GATTO'-1973, an atmospheric excursion involving inheritances and madness within the Macgrief family. The film abounds with familiar Euro faces: Anton Differing, real-life French lovers Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg, Hiram Keller, Luciano Pigozzi and Franco Ressel to name but a few. It emerges as a straight forward murder mystery trying to introduce supernatural overtones such as vampirism to throw off the viewer. Margheriti fills the screen with beautiful castle gardens and lush sets as cameraman Carlo Carlini glides and soars his images throughout. The music score by Riz Ortolani is a rehash of familiar themes from other Margheriti films such as 'CASTLE OF BLOOD' aka 'DANSA MACABRA'-1964 and 'HORROR CASTLE' aka 'LA VERGINE DI NUREMBERGA'-1965 and has his usual brassy tonalities. Blue Underground releases it in their usually brilliant manner with a sharp 2.35 transfer in English mixed with some restored scenes in Italian with English subtitles. The only extra is an 8 minute interview with co-writer Giovanni Simonelli and a 2 minute interview with Margheriti before his death in 2002. A must for Euro Horror lovers, it's a great diversion from the real life Horrors being unleashed today on modern movie audiences.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3fdb318) out of 5 stars Excellent gothic giallo April 7 2013
By Elizabeth Renee Blue - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye is one of my top giallos now. Set in a castle, the film drips with atmosphere. Production values are very good and this transfer does it justice. Blue Underground can always be relied upon to give us a quality transfer. Despite having seen as many giallos as I've been able to get my hands on, the reveal still surprised me. I appreciate that, as you tend to become good at predicting the killer after seeing enough giallos. The acting is great. A nod to the cat. LOL I love it when animals are inserted into the story (and not just to be killed- boo), and this cat really had some action. I hope he had salmon tartare written into his contract. Seriously, if you are a giallo fan, or if you are new to the genre, then you owe it to yourself to check out this one. Thanks Anthony M. Dawson (and company) for directing this great film.