In 1968, Italian producer Dino DeLaurentis set his sights on adapting the popular Italian comic book criminal Diabolik to the big screen. With renowned screenwriter/cinematographer/director Mario Bava at the helm, Danger: Diabolik attempts to present a laundry list of cool images and ideas that embrace the 1960′s Italian style in which it was made. The ultra sexy Marissa Mell plays the loyal and gorgeous Eva Kant and John Phillip Law slips on the skin tight costume of Diabolik who wrecks havoc for any authority and is willing to take any risk to steal anything that’s not nailed down. With a very small budget, a ton of creativity, a supporting cast consisting of Michel Piccoli, Terry Thomas and Adolfo Celi, along with a score by the great Ennio Morricone, can a film that was roasted by Mystery Science Theater 3000 actually be any good? This article originally appeared on John’s site Haphazard Stuff. For more original content, also check out his blog here. See larger image Danger: Diabolik New From: $43.00 USD In Stock Share this:TweetShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.