“Thematically the closest Fulci got to his peer Argento. Colorful and wild, with orgies, LSD freakouts and painting-by-knife-throwing. The visuals are Fulci’s most impressive.” - Screen Slate
Carol Hammond is the frustrated wife of a successful London lawyer. Lately, she’s been having bizarre, erotic dreams about her uninhibited neighbor Julia, who presides over noisy sex-and-drug parties in the house next door.
One night, Carol’s dreams culminate in violent death and she wakes to find her nightmares have become reality — Julia’s been murdered and Carol’s the main suspect. This frightening discovery is just the beginning of a labyrinthine psychosexual shocker which takes the viewer on a wild ride through a series of frequently breathtaking set pieces that set new standards for the Italian thriller.
A LIZARD IN A WOMAN’S SKIN is considered by many critics to be Fulci’s finest achievement. This new transfer from Mondo Macabro was taken from the original negative and is the longest uncut version available.