The video explores and examines the themes and repeated images that are present in Argento's films - from black gloves to frightened eyeballs, breaking glass to a whole lot of water.
The folks over at Synapse Films have just announced that they've acquired the North American home-video rights to Argento's 1977 fan-favorite, with plans to release the film on Blu-ray, DVD and other optical media.
It was with great admiration - and some trepidation (because I knew his English wasn’t very good and I failed out of college Italian) - that I set about to interview Argento for his newest film, Dracula 3D. Despite the language barrier, I got some interesting info from one of my idols - and bragging rights for the rest of my life.
Today we take a look at twelve horror films that were well on their way to being remade... but somehow ended up getting spared.
The Tokyo Broadcasting System once aired a radically altered version of George Romero's zombie classic. Check out some clips from that infamous broadcast!
Toyko-based bar & grill Cambiare is inspired by and modeled on Dario Argento's 1977 horror classic. Check out this amazing place!
The Alamo Drafthouse's fine arts arm, Mondo Gallery, has quickly become the pinnacle of pop art.
The iconic Italian rock band will make horror music history with a live performance at Austin's new Housecore Horror Film Festival this October. Read on for details!
This list is a celebration of the many deaths of the boogeymen we all love to hate, along with the occasional pit stop to poke a playful finger at the maniacs who bought the farm with more of a whimper than a bang.
Last week, I embarked on a fun little assignment to pull together a batch of teaser trailers for horror sequels; the one criteria being that they all had to feature exclusive footage specifically shot and used just for that trailer. One of the greatest aspects of putting together articles like this is that after I finish them...