Italian Horror

The Case of the Bloody Iris / Celluloid Dreams (2024)

The Case of the Bloody Iris (4K Ultra HD Review)

In the scope of cinematic history, Italy has certainly left a lasting impression. Widely considered the birthplace of Arthouse styled films, some of their most well-known styles from the region include Neorealism, Spaghetti Westerns, but also Giallo. Giallo, falling under the broader umbrella of Horror ... Read More
The Cover of Dario Argento Panico

Dario Argento Panico (Documentary Review)

In the world of Horror cinema, the name Dario Argento is one that immediately raises the hair on the necks of fans. One of Italy’s most famous filmmakers, Argento filmography reaches far and wide with titles such as 1975’s Deep Red (Italian: Profondo Rosso), 1977’s Suspiria, and 1980’s Inferno. Known ... Read More

Tenebrae (4K UHD + Blu-ray Set Review)

By the time 1982 rolled around, Italian Filmmaker Dario Argento had already left a pretty significant impact on the Horror genre with movies that included 1975’s Deep Red, and of course, 1977’s Suspiria. Films artfully executed with more emphasis on the atmosphere and mood rather than various other ... Read More