The creator of the haunting giallo “The Red Door” has unveiled a stunning new trailer for his upcoming supernatural horror feature. Check it out!
Today we examine this steamy 1971 thriller starring the original "Django" Franco Nero as a tough-as-nails reporter on the trail of a black-gloved killer.
Today we spotlight the amazing directorial debut from one of Italian horror's most imaginative filmmakers, Michele Soavi.
The latest clip from the retro-electro artist is a dead-on homage to '80s giallo & slasher flicks and their soundtracks. Check this out!
Enzo Milioni's sexually explicit 1978 thriller goes for broke... and it's amusing in its absurdity.
Lamberto Bava cut his teeth in cinema working with father, giallo legend Mario Bava. We take a look at his strange late-era giallo starring the voluptuous Serena Grandi.
In what may be the first “Lego Giallo,” an intrepid animator recreates a notorious kill from the Argento classic. Check it out!
Sleazemeister Umberto Lenzi popularized the Italian cannibal film subgenre, but you won't get over-the-top violence and a truly seedy story when it comes to this 1972 giallo.
Those who live for atmospheric chills and the slow-burning thrills of movies like "Don't Look Now" will appreciate Pupi Avati's "The House of the Laughing Windows."
The award-winning filmmaker has launched a VOD site, where you can watch the director's cut of this stylish modern giallo and other film projects. Read on for details!