|Writers:||Armando Crispino and Lucio Battistrada|
|Starring:||Mimsy Farmer, Barry Primus, and Ray Lovelock.|
From an aesthetic and visual point of view, Autopsy makes for a compelling little watch. I must admit, the film is far from the most stylish giallo ever made. Unlike many films in this genre, most of the colors are actually quite muted in Autopsy. Yet, despite this lack of vibrant color or deep use of the frame, the movie does have a rather surreal quality to it. Similar to some other bizarre giallo films from this era, such as The House with Laughing Windows and Death Laid and Egg, Autopsy mixes arthouse ideas in with general exploitation. Featuring some rather strange kaleidoscope-esque imagery that pops up every now and then, combined with the nightmarish and psychotic score provided by Ennio Morricone, this makes for a rather disturbing experience. Although the movie might not pack the visual exuberance that this genre is known for, it does manage to deliver a very unique and visceral experience for the viewer.