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Title: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 13:10
Anyone seen or got a copy of this great sounding Italian horror from Mario Caiano?It stars Daniela Giordano who plays a model lured to Eygpt by a Satanic cult who want to sacrifice her to their Devil,supposed to have plenty of whippings,sadism and rituals with William Berger along for the ride as well.

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Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1972)
Post by: Jonny on 20 Nov 2007 - 13:14
Never heard of it but it sounds great and by the look of those pictures it looks just like my kind of film.  :'(
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1972)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 13:26
Looks alright doesn't it,Midnight Video have a dvd-r of the English language release from the f/s Japanese tape but at $20 plus shipping i'm giving that a miss.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1972)
Post by: Jonny on 20 Nov 2007 - 13:40
I'm sure someone else will have a copy of it. I'll keep my eyes peeled for a copy.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1972)
Post by: Johan Melle on 20 Nov 2007 - 14:10
I like Mario Caiano so I'd very much like to check this out. It's a really rare film and the Japanese release is the only one I've ever heard of for this film.

Btw, this isn't really a 1972 film. That's when it had its theatrical release in Italy but it was made ealier. Around late 1969 or early 1970. It is also of interest that one of the cast members is William Berger's wife at the time, Carolyn Lobravico. Both she and Berger were later arrested for possession of hashish in August 1970 and placed in a criminal lunatic asylum. Carolyn died there of acute peritonitis in October after the government refused her medical treatment. Apparently, they thought her terrible pain was due to drug withdrawl. A really harrowing story! I can't even begin to imagine what this must have done to William Berger...  :-[
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1972)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 15:13
Btw, this isn't really a 1972 film. That's when it had its theatrical release in Italy but it was made ealier. Around late 1969 or early 1970.
I'll change it to 1970 Johan.
Love these kind of films,i'm a big fan of Capri's RING OF DARKNESS which is a classic though i might be in a minority when i say that.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Jonny on 20 Nov 2007 - 15:15
Never watched 'Ring of Darkness' due to my copy being in pretty bad shape. So it's a decent film then Stephen?
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 15:30
Never watched 'Ring of Darkness' due to my copy being in pretty bad shape. So it's a decent film then Stephen?
Yeah it's very good,saw it years ago via the Greek Cinehollywood tape and then you sorted me out a dvd-r last year.Amazing cast in it including Lara Wendel,Anne Heywood,Marisa Mell,Frank Finlay,Ian Bannen and John Philip Law.It's about 3 women who gave themselves to the Devil when they were younger but now want out,he uses Heywood's daughter against them which results in some mad scenes including a naked catfight between 15 year old Wendel and her mother.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 20 Nov 2007 - 16:07
Count me in as another fan of RING OF DARKNESS!  ::)

I don't really consider it a complete success - for that it is too uneven - but it's a very interesting and strangely compelling film with a very good cast. There's also a really atmospheric score that was later re-used in PIECES.

The version I saw has French and Belgian subtitles and is sourced from another Cinehollywood release I believe. It's widescreen but way too dark and this seriously affects my enjoyment of the film. I know Midnight Video offers a version that has Swedish subtitles and I'm very tempted to pick it up as I believe it may be a great improvement (Scandinavian tapes almost always look pretty decent). Also, I'm hoping it may be a longer version as I've heard the Cinehollywood version is missing a few scenes (including the onscreen suicide of one of the characters).

This one should get a DVD release!! Then again, it may not happen anytime soon due to Lara Wendel's underage nudity. Furthermore, I'm fascinated by the film because it appears to have had a troubled production history. My Nuovo Cinema Europeo magazine states that this film finished shooting in 1977, so Lara may well have been only 12 or 13!!! I've no idea why it didn't come out until in 1979 but I guess there may have been financial problems so that it took take to complete the post-production. If so, then the English dubbing must also have been performed at a much later point, and this may explain why not a single one of the many English-speaking cast members supply their own voices for the English dub. Of course, the dialogue syncs very well with the lip-movements but the dead giveaway is how most of the voices are familiar from other films: Anne Heywood is dubbed by Silvia Faver, who also dubbed Dagmar Lassander in FORBIDDEN PHOTOS OF A LADY ABOVE SUSPICION, Stefania Casini in SUSPIRIA, Macha Magall in SS GIRLS etc, John Phillip Law is dubbed by Ted Rusoff who dubbed Klaus Kinski in SLAUGHTER HOTEL, Kieran Canter in BEYOND THE DARKNESS, Jack Taylor in PIECES etc, and I believe Irene Papas is dubbed with a thick Italian accent by the same woman who dubbed Dana Ghia with a very Scottish accent in SEVEN DEATHS IN THE CAT'S EYES.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 16:14
The version I saw has French and Belgian subtitles and is sourced from another Cinehollywood release I believe. It's widescreen but way too dark and this seriously affects my enjoyment of the film.

This is the same one Jonny sent me,i always turn up the brightness when i watch it.

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There's also a really atmospheric score that was later re-used in PIECES.

That Cipriani soundtrack is amazing,very much in the Goblin vein.
There's a few samples from the cd over at Movie Grooves:
http://www.moviegrooves.com/shop/unombranellombrasoundtrack.htm (http://www.moviegrooves.com/shop/unombranellombrasoundtrack.htm)
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 20 Nov 2007 - 16:40
I need to get that soundtrack. Really great stuff! Now, it's interesting you mention that the soundtrack is in the Goblin vein, Stephen, because the opening credits music is the same score that was later used in THE BLOODSTAINED SHADOW (1978). So this casts some doubt to the claims that Goblin did the BLOODSTAINED soundtrack. IMO it really was Cipriani who did that score, although I guess Goblin had some limited involvement, which Antonio Bido of course is eager to advertise (and perhaps even exaggerate the degree of their ivolvement).
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 20 Nov 2007 - 16:50
Returning to the actual topic of SHADOW OF ILLUSION, there's a great interview with its leading lady, Daniela Giordano, in which she discusses this film and others here: http://members.aol.com/eurosin/giordano.htm
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 20 Nov 2007 - 17:01
Cool :'(
That's the first time i've seen it and it's Mirek's site who posts here now and then.
According to the Midnight Video site it was Giordano who actually asked them for a copy for herself.
She's great in Naschy's INQUISITION as the girl who sells her soul to the devil,the period costumes and scenes of the Satanic gathering are amazing.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: vigilanteforce on 20 Nov 2007 - 17:09
Count me as a fan of RING OF DARKNESS as well! I 'd be curious to see if the Italian Cinehollywood VHS looks better than the Greek one. I am proud to own the soundtrack by Stelvio Cipriani, a real gem. This movie needs its own thread!
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 07 Dec 2007 - 10:35
Finally had a chance to watch SHADOW OF ILLUSION last night and it did not disappoint. I had read a few unflattering comments about the film so I wasn't quite sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised by it. Caiano is a talented director and I also like his EYE IN THE LABYRINTH.

As for SHADOW, it stars the beautiful-looking Daniela Giordano going to Cairo, where she encounters several sinister people who seem to think she's the reincarnation of Isis. It's all quite predictable, with Giordano's hilariously named character, Gail Bland, being sometimes frustratingly naïve but it's held alive by good atmosphere, locations, strange hallucinations and sacrificial scenes. Carlo Savina's score is another great asset. It's not particularly violent but Giordano and William Berger deliver solid work, and we also get Krista Nell (who looks less attractive than usual in a horrible black wig), an ugly and seriously creepy-looking high priestess who has a great freak-out scene, and a weird young girl who pops up and sings "Three Blind Mice" for no apparent reason (I believe she's played by a young Debra Berger). And they're all voiced by the faithful gang of familiar dubbers, whose voices we've all come to know by now.

Midnight Video's version looks pretty good:

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(http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/3119/illusion2vy9.jpg) (http://imageshack.us)

(http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/2007/illusion3st0.jpg) (http://imageshack.us)

(http://img227.imageshack.us/img227/5126/illusion4nf5.jpg) (http://imageshack.us)


But even if the picture quality is satisfying, the overall impression is still ruined by the fact that it's a pan and scan transfer, which ruins a lot of compositions and cuts out one person during conversions etc. It's a pity since the film appears to have some good camerawork, and it's quite strange too since this is sourced from a Japanese tape, which are usually widescreen. Still, the film is very rare so there aren't any better versions out there as of yet.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ecc on 17 Jan 2008 - 09:55
The Japanese print looks good although there are several obvious pan-scan movements and the enlarging of image to full frame really enhances the grain.  VSOM has/had a letterboxed Spanish version but I've never purchased stuff from them (and it would be a censored version anyway).
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: JoseADiego on 17 Jan 2008 - 12:51


I have a strange copy of Spain of a betamax..... :-\

It is not very good copy but better than anything....



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Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 18 Jan 2008 - 13:38
Nice! Cool Spanish cover! Thanks for sharing. But what the heck is that picture on the back of the cover? Doesn't have anything to do with the film itself! Looks like it's from some sort of race driving movie! Haha!  ;D
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: JoseADiego on 18 Jan 2008 - 14:37
Nice! Cool Spanish cover! Thanks for sharing. But what the heck is that picture on the back of the cover? Doesn't have anything to do with the film itself! Looks like it's from some sort of race driving movie! Haha!  ;D


JaJaJaJa.....!!!!!!!!!....You have the whole reason....Here in Spain it was very common to make those atrocities....

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Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Stephen Grimes on 18 Jan 2008 - 14:48
But what the heck is that picture on the back of the cover? Doesn't have anything to do with the film itself! Looks like it's from some sort of race driving movie! Haha!  ;D
Looks like it's from Bitto Albertini's SAFARI RALLY with Marcel Bozzuffi.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ecc on 19 Jan 2008 - 00:45
Thanks for the screencaps.  It looks like the Spanish one is slightly cropped but also slightly squeezed so it could be unsqueezed slightly and approximate the original scope ratio (like the partially letterboxed squeezed transfers of NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE and uncovered versions of VAMPIRE'S NIGHT ORGY that Sinister Cinema released long ago).
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ecc on 21 Feb 2008 - 11:54
Here's an old review I wrote about the film and posted at another forum:

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Daniela Giordano (THE GIRL IN ROOM 2A, INQUISICION) plays the unfortunately-named Gail Bland, a New York (i.e. Cinecitta) advertising executive invited to Cairo by mysterious client Isis Cosmetics apparently on the basis of her red hair and her resemblance to the goddess Isis. She arrives in Cairo and, after a disorienting cab ride through a local market where a vendor slips her some suspicious cigarettes, finds that no one has heard of Isis Cosmetics. Charming stranger Caleb (William Berger of FIVE DOLLS FOR AN AUGUST MOON) lends a sympathetic ear and warns her off of a pair of mysterious siblings (Antonio Cantafora of BARON BLOOD and Krista Nell, attractive despite an awful black wig which makes her look like Pia Degermark’s vampire ancestress in THE VAMPIRE HAPPENING) interested in resurrecting Osiris. A visit to the address provided by Isis Cosmetics turns up nothing and Gail finds it difficult to leave the city (the line to New York is down and there are apparently no planes leaving Cairo for a few days) during which time she allows herself to be shown around by Caleb who relates to her the legend of Isis and Osiris. Apparently, one day Osiris is supposed to return to earth to find his bride (gee, I wonder where this is going). Gail runs into the siblings at a local market where their gang of Osiris-worshipping hippies cause a brawl (cue: falling tents, broken pottery but, surprisingly, no overturned fruit carts which one so often encounters in action scenes set in foreign countries). The siblings invite her to a ritual at a ruined temple dedicated to Osiris that evening. Gail arrives at the temple, smokes pot with the hippies, and witnesses their torture of a young couple caught spying on them. Gail realizes that she is to be sacrificed to Osiris and makes a run for it and is rescued by Caleb. Returning to the city, she becomes paranoid that everyone around her is in on the plot to kill her (she has also discovered that Caleb is not present in any of the photographs she took with him) and retreats to the countryside with Caleb. There, she is kidnapped and brought back to the temple to be sacrificed.

SHADOW OF ILLUSION is a Spanish-Italian co-production directed by Mario Caino (of NIGHTMARE CASTLE, not to be confused with Manuel Cano of SWAMP OF THE RAVENS and VOODOO BLACK EXORCIST though it would be easy to make the mistake as this film feels more akin to the latter films). The film works better as more of a mysterious journey of discovery and mythic parallel rather than as a horror film. As such, it is let down by the conception of Daniela Giordano’s character. So good as the innocent heroine in other films, here she is from the outset uptight and a tad whiny (“But why do I have to go,” she asked upon being told she has been invited to Cairo because her looks have charmed the client). In the English version, she is also dubbed by the familiar Carolyn de Fonseca (Barbara Steele in TERROR CREATURES FROM THE GRAVE, Mariangela Giordano in BURIAL GROUND, Daria Nicolodi in DEEP RED). Her voice is too knowing for such a conceptually naïve character as Gail Bland; try to picture SUSPIRIA’s sassy, serpentine Olga (another de Fonseca dubbing performance – “Mata Hari’s going to file her report”) in this film’s situation and you’ll understand why it’s a bit hard to identify with this character. The mysterious siblings prowl around the periphery of the story for far too long and blatantly more creepy than charming. Berger’s Caleb is suitably charming although he seems just as obsessive about Osiris and Isis as the siblings. On the other hand, the film’s only sense of momentum comes in scenes where he is guiding Giordano’s character through the ruins and the narrative. The climax is, well, predictable and anti-climactic (we do not see what becomes of the siblings) despite the requisite explosions (probably the contribution of uncredited co-producer Frank Agrama whose DAWN OF THE MUMMY ends similarly) but the film closes on a nicely ambiguous note.

Shot in Techniscope by Enrico Menczer (CAT O’NINE TAILS, HOLOCAUST 2000), my reference copy is horrendously panned-and-scanned, so much so that people are cut out of two shots and the cropped frame is sometimes focused on the out-of-focus portion of a rack focus shot long before the focus shifts. The panning (of the telecine, not the original cinematography) is jerky throughout, drawing attention to itself. Previously reviewed in Video Watchdog, this print in English with Japanese subtitles (so its really strange that it was not a letterboxed release) seems to be the only available English-language version and it does not appear to have been released theatrically in the U.S. (how about the UK?). Carlo Savina’s brass-and-Hammond organ score lacks atmosphere until the nicely choreographed and scored sacrificial ritual (drums, sitar, piano, and [I guess] Egyptian flutes). Giannetto de Rossi does the make-up but his work here seems more cosmetic than prosthetic other than some splashes of blood and a cool tattoo worn by the creepy high priestess of Osiris. While this film isn’t as deserving of restoration as some others, a letterboxed release would make more sense of the compositions and might end up being more enveloping than the off-putting cropped version. Still worth checking out.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Johan Melle on 22 Feb 2008 - 20:18
Nice review!  ::) However, I can't agree that the Carlo Savina score lacked atmosphere - personally I thought it was very agreeable and catchy.

I also think that on the whole I liked the film a tad better than you, but I must say you've managed to pin-point the film's chief flaws.

And I whole-heartedly agree about the Carolyn De Fonseca issue even though I generally like Carolyn. It's not really her fault, though, but rather a bad case of voice mis-casting. Someone like Pat Starke would have been far better suited to voice Giordano's character IMO.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ecc on 22 Feb 2008 - 21:17
I'd still like to see a widescreen version.

Another flaw that isn't really the fault of the film is that although it was released in 1972, it was shot in either 1969 or 1970 (http://p210.ezboard.com/fthelatarniaforumsfrm7.showMessage?topicID=270.topic (http://p210.ezboard.com/fthelatarniaforumsfrm7.showMessage?topicID=270.topic)) so the imagery is not quite as transgressive as one would expect of a 1970's Italian production compared to one from the late sixties (I know it was a matter of 2 or 3 years).

I've grown a bit more fond of Savina's score from when I first wrote the review but I still think the sacrificial music is far more atmospheric than the main title (which does seem more suited to a late sixties thriller than one released in the seventies).
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: robertmonell on 23 Feb 2008 - 11:32
It should be noted that this film is based on the Egyptian Book of the Dead. It's a unique occult thriller with Berger as the modern incarnation of Osiris in search of Isis and having to contend with Seth. If you're up on your ancient mythology the film works on that level also. Unfortunately, it must be seen in Techniscope only, as the 2.35:1 compsitions are by the great Erico Menczer, who fills the format from side to side. So you lose over 50% of the image and much crucical atmsopheric detial and even plot points by seeing the pan & scan. BTW, Krista Nell doesn't play the ugly cultist who freaks out she't the attractive brunette who has the nude lesbian encounter with Giordano in the early fantasy sequence. Needs a proper DVD presentation. One of my 10 best Italian horror films of the 1970s.www.robertmonell.blogspot.com/ (http://www.robertmonell.blogspot.com/)
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Agraf on 07 Oct 2010 - 11:37
Here's an old review I wrote about the film and posted at another forum:

(...) Still worth checking out.

I disagree! Reviews are never old, because there always people coming late to read them for the first time. For me it was fresh like dairy milk.

And I agree the review is still worth checking out. Oh! You meant the film? OK, then, both are still worth checking out.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion/Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Agraf on 07 Oct 2010 - 11:49

I have a strange copy of Spain of a betamax..... :-\

It is not very good copy but better than anything...

Betamax was also my first video format, and I still sob for the lost war against the much poorer format, VHS, imposed by the massive north-american production.

Thank you very much for the rare video cover art. Someone pointed already that the photo on the back is from a different film, but the worse with your Spanish dubbed copy may be the distortions introduced to the original text...

The title was Le ombre roventi, literally The violent shadows, which is fairly given by the actual title, Shadow of Illusion... People have noted how the film has better fantasy scenes of dellusion (induced by drugs or otherwise), than violence proper. The Spanish title misreads «le ombre» as «hombre», man in Spanish! Therefore, just one more «violent man», instead of a fanatic occultist, eager to lead his people, followers of Osiris, to accomplish a blood ritual in the person of a (supposedly) reincarnated Isis! If the rest of the translation is as bad!...
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ciavazzaro on 05 Nov 2010 - 18:58
Anyone know where i can found it ?
I don't found it even on CG,but maybe i search wrong...
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: Snake Plissken on 07 Nov 2010 - 19:40
Wow, this movie looks really interesting, i've never watched anything by Caiano unfortunately...
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: R-T-C Tim on 08 Nov 2010 - 09:29
Wow, this movie looks really interesting, i've never watched anything by Caiano unfortunately...


In horror terms, he directed the exquisite Nightmare Castle (http://www.mondo-esoterica.net/Nightmare%20Castle.html) (1964) which in my opinion is easily a match for the best of the classic gothic horrors and now on a revelation of a DVD from Severin (hopefully 'Shadow of Illusion' might follow suit one day...). Like many Italian directors from that period he worked on a wide range of films, from gialli to crime movies and a few enjoyable Spaghetti Westerns including Il Mio nome è Shangai Joe (http://www.mondo-esoterica.net/Shanghai%20Joe.html) (1972)
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: ecc on 05 Mar 2012 - 20:57
Stereo soundtrack is due out from Digitmovies!
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: DarkAngel on 14 Jul 2015 - 02:28
I bought the soundtrack that is out for this thing.  It's got groove and you know....it's good to see something about this film actually have what you'd call a "proper" release. I have wanted to have an "official" release of this for some time.

The film is pretty bizarre at times but I really like it.  From the cast, to the location/visuals, the occult themes - I found it pretty damn entertaining.  I got the edition that has the Japanese subtitles at the bottom.  The same copy has made it's way onto youtube.  Don't know if there are any other versions of the film out there, so will have to say it's the best i've seen thus far.  It's a film that needs to be picked up and restored in order to do it some justice- and to bring the damn thing some justice.  Not sure how many people are aware of it/have seen it.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: fenriz on 27 Jul 2015 - 22:20
When will someone release this on blu or dvd ?  >:( >:(
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: DarkAngel on 12 Aug 2015 - 06:51
When will someone release this on blu or dvd ?  >:( >:(

Good to see someone else interested in it.  Spoke to someone not to long ago about it- I guess the problem is with the current rights holder of the film- they basically don't want to give it up.  A not so unusual problem- there are a lot of titles that have been in "lock down" for years because of this.
Title: Re: Shadow of Illusion / Le ombre roventi (Mario Caiano ,1970)
Post by: DarkAngel on 15 Aug 2015 - 18:58
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmlUVd-wcLg (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmlUVd-wcLg)

For those who haven't seen it