The Psychic (Sette Note in Nero)
Suddenly she could see into the future... and saw her own murder...
A young woman is tormented by violent visions of murder from the past. Or are they premonitions of what's yet to come? As she begins to investigate, she uncovers a shocking secret that could make her the killer's next target. Jennifer O'Neill (Scanners) and Gabriele Ferzetti (The Night Porter) star in this giallo masterpiece from legendary Italian filmmaker Lucio Fulci (The New York Riper) and screenwriters Roberto Gianviti (Don’t Torture a Duckling) and Dardano Sacchetti (The Beyond).
ABOUT JANUARY GIALLLO
"Every January, we like to pour ourselves a glass of J&B whiskey, sharpen our straight razor and slip on those black gloves to celebrate our favorite horror sub-genre, the Giallo. For those of you who don’t know, a Giallo is Italy’s answer to murder mysteries and thrillers that was kicked off by Mario Bava with The Girl Who Knew Too Much (aka Evil Eye) in the early sixties. While filmmakers like Umberto Lenzi made some excellent Giallos in the late sixties/early seventies such as Orgasmo and Knife of Ice, the sub-genre became popularized by Dario Argento with The Girl with Crystal Plumage . Throughout the seventies, Argento along with Sergio Martino, Lucio Fulci, Luciano Ercoli, Aldo Lado and many more made several visually stunning and viscerally violent cinematic excursions. The word Gialllo means ‘yellow’ in Italian, which was the color of the pulp and crime books that some Giallo took inspiration from. Although stylistically, the Giallo shares DNA with the German Krimi Films, the sub-genre took some wild turns mingling with occult, Gothic horror, Poliziotteschi, and psychedelia elements that created many unique variations." - Cinematic Void