Giallo fans rejoice, we're talking Italian (like Robert De Niro and Bananarama). First we discuss the baffling and flawed 1974 giallo 'The Killer Reserved Nine Seats' complete with predatory lesbians, a random ghost in a blue suede suit and more bitchy shade than an episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. Martin reveals just what he does for pocket money whilst I don't like the way Stephen is looking at my dad. Then we're off to Barcelona on the coach trip from hell with the hilariously camp and crazy 'Eyeball' from 1975. Umberto Lenzi's take on Carry on Abroad comes with more lesbians, extra-marital affairs, a pervy priest, and in a pleasant surprise - a heroine who is both queer and a woman of colour! You could almost forgive his killing of animals in the making of Cannibal Ferox... right? No. Thought not. Enjoy our latest foray into giallo and beware spoilers!