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Legos Lose Limbs in Stop-Motion Homage to Argento's 'Tenebrae'

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Scenes from many different genre films have been lovingly recreated in stop-motion animation utilizing only Lego characters and sets, but this splatterific homage to Dario Argento's 1982 classic Tenebrae may actually be the first “Lego Giallo” on record... or at least the first of its kind to reach a large internet audience.
 
Dangerous Minds called our attention to this short created by “Gionboard,” which recreates the film's notorious axe-murder scene for the Italian movie site Scheletri.com. Watch it here!
 
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