Enter today’s contest to win a Blu-ray copy of Arrow Video’s The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire!
What I like about these movie contest partnerships with MVD Entertainment is I get to see a bunch of weird stuff I’d have probably never heard of. Today’s movie is one of those — The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire is a ’70s giallo that’s self-indulgent, even for the self-indulgent genre. I’d like to think that describes me pretty well.
So, we’ve got a copy up for grabs. Come grab it!
One of several “animal-in-the-title” cash-ins released in the wake of Dario Argento’s box-office smash The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire is a gloriously excessive giallo that boasts a rogues gallery of perverse characters; violent, fetishized murders, and one of the genre’s most nonsensical, red-herring laden plots (which sees almost every incidental character hinted at potentially being the killer). Set in Dublin (a rather surprising giallo setting), Iguana opens audaciously with an acid-throwing, razor-wielding maniac brutally slaying a woman in her own home. The victim’s mangled corpse is discovered in a limousine owned by Swiss Ambassador Sobiesky and a police investigation is launched, but when the murdering continues and the ambassador claims diplomatic immunity, tough ex-cop John Nortonis brought in to find the killer…
My favorite part of these kinds of movies is how pulpy they are. Also the murderer both has a razor blade and throws acid for no apparent reason. It’s silly, and it’s fun.
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While you’re waiting, comment below telling us what ridiculous combination of weaponry you’d use if you were a deranged serial killer in 1970s Dublin. I’d use shoelaces to strangle my enemies (and also carry my school books around) and a plastic straw to poison the Earth, resulting in my enemies’ inevitable death! I know I’d probably have to wait a while for the plastic straw thing to work out, but dude it’s gonna be so worth it when they’re all like, “Oh shit I’m dying because of a plastic straw in the ocean, help me!!!” and I’m like, “Yeah, I did that.”
We have one Blu-ray to give away. Since this is a physical prize, you must have a United States shipping address in order to win. Winner will be drawn on Tuesday, April 30.