Christian’s review published on Letterboxd:
Please take my rating with a grain of salt, I was pretty tired when I watched this. There are about three or four fantastic scenes in Deep Red. Unfortunately, I hardly found any connective tissue. This time the Goblin score drove me about as nuts as everyone's hairstyles. The fact that this was quite the straightforward whodunit interfered with my enjoyment. For instance, the famous marionette scene is great, but at the same time felt very convoluted and out of place. It would have fit much better in a more supernatural setting. There is a lot to love in this film, like the smashed head or the reveal being hidden in plain sight, but it also rubbed me the wrong way quite a few times.
105 Minute Cut.