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The Church (1989)

Dumb and moronic in the way a lot of late-period Argento movies are (he co-wrote this) but the dark fantasy and practical-effects imagery make any groans tolerable. It’s interesting that this as originally inteded to be Demons 3. As a … Continue reading

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Two Evil Eyes (1991)

Neither Argento or Romero’s best by a long shot. Romero’s segment is frustratingly average, almost boderline¬†terrible¬†due to its weird concept that never really makes sense or appears plausible. I think the problem lies with this film’s origins as an Edgar … Continue reading

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Deep Red (1975)

I love what Deep Red represents in Argento’s filmography. After shooting three gialli practically back-to-back he tried to branch out into new territory with The Five Days of Milan but a box-office and critical battering sent the filmmaker back with … Continue reading

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Phenomena (1985)

Every October I make an effort to tick off at least one new-to-me Dario Argento movie to celebrate Halloween and this year’s entry is Phenomena. Now, much like every other post-70s Argento movie it’s a severely mixed bag. No matter … Continue reading

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