The House With Laughing Windows (La casa dalle finestre che ridono)
The House With Laughing Windows (La casa dalle finestre che ridono) (1976)

Though fans of typical Italian horror films may find House With the Windows That Laugh lacking in the stylistic excesses of many of its contemporary companion pieces, it exceeds its contemporaries in almost every other area. Imbued with an… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 1976
DVD Release Date: March 11, 2003
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Anton Bitel
Eye for Film

certainly a gripping giallo, but also an intelligent allegory of post-war Italy's struggles to emerge from the Fascist outrages of its recent past.

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Stephen M
"The House with Laughing Windows" is a relentlessly depressing and, I found, a deeply disappointing 'giallo'. It deserves praise for… More
vieras esine
Suspenseful and intriguing. Certainly not your typical giallo.
Robert C
Nicely shot...well acted...great loactions...interesting story. But it suffered greatly from very poor editing, which made the story feel disjointed and… More
John Me
Very rare, not your typical Giallo film. The acting is great and the story is well done. Good locations, an intense and moody score, mysterious characters,… More
Tim Salmons
I don't think I'll throw my hat in the ring and claim this to be one of the top ten giallos of all time. Far from it actually. I found this one to be… More
Patrick Dolan
A creeping kind of movie. Definitely strange and different and probably one mostly for fans of euro-shock cinema.