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Dario Argento

Dario Argento (born 7 September 1940) is an Italian film director, producer and screenwriter.

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Creepers Look at the poster art on this Dario Argento classic, a monkey weilding a bloody razor
Thinking of Dario Argento films when you think you are the only person in the office is not good. Especially when you hear someone walking.
Florescent light in the bathroom dying a clicking/blinking death. Creepy looking and made me think of Dario Argento films.
Batman v Superman is some crazed fever dream. Dario Argento's Crisis of Infinite Earths.
What's the one where the girl leans forward and the killer's behind her? Dario Argento, maybe?
Most of which are by the great Dario Argento.
*** for tempting to see with a Dario Argento reference in his review. Btw, his review is the best review.
Phenomena (1985) by Dario Argento. Wow, strange and intriguing. loved it, what an ending!
OK, anche DREADCENTRAL parla di Virus: extreme contamination. If you were to line up the works of Dario Argento...
To try and raise a budget for a film that is strictly for adults and both s...
We're back at Apr 17th with Dario Argento's Horror masterpiece Suspiria. Tix
Do you think your casting of German actor Rudolf Schundler in THE EXORCIST led Dario Argento to cast him in SUSPIRIA?
I tried to explain Croydon man to my 4 year old son but as we live inside Dario Argento's mind the little *** killed me.
Hey, remember when I made Dario Argento and Richard Prince have a baby on Still one of my favs.
I don't normally like slasher pics, so I'm not sure I've seen any... I know who Dario Argento is, though :-)
Chris spilt paint in the garage so we made him review Dario Argento's "Mother of Tears". That'll teach em!   10% Off
Tenebrae is also an Italian horror movie directed by Dario Argento.
Tenebrae was a quality movie by Dario Argento.
📷 mabellonghetti: Italian director and scriptwriter Dario Argento sitting on an armchair. Beside him, a...
I think i need more Dario Argento in my life, i need to buy at least . Terror at The Opera and The Stendhal Syndrome
I'm appreciated more abroad. In America, Japan... and in the United Kingdom...
Livid = 4/10. Sophisticated French horror that descended into 'fantasy'. Dario Argento comparisons great, Guillermo del Toro not so much.
Horror is the future. And you cannot be afraid. You must push everything to...
old or new?I don't like them but have u ever seen Dario Argento movie?
SUSPIRIA (1977) written by directed by Dario Argento
Kind of like the George Romero and Dario Argento movie, Dawn of the Dead, but in Arcadia.
Yeah Dario Argento has heard this all before. If folk have issues with his work don't watch his movies...simple.
Dario Argento and Jessica Harper on the set of 'Suspiria' (1977).
Rare on set photo of Dario Argento & Jessica Harper rehearsing! SUSPIRIA 1977
Born on this day in 1910, the legendary Joan Bennett. From Dario Argento's Suspiria (1977):
I'm seriously looking forward to tonight's film, Dario Argento's Deep Red, 1975, shot in sixteen weeks, score by Giorgio Gaslini and
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Directors I love who don't get enough credit . Michael Winner. William Lustig. Dario Argento. Lucio Fulci. Martin Ritt. Enzo…
Nicolas Winding Refn talks about Dario Argento's Suspiria. via
.and Dario Argento at the Rome Film Festival might my my favorite Halloween image from 2015:
I had a dream that I was helping Dario Argento sell food from his garden at the West Side Market in Cleveland
Ken Russell & Dario Argento in a Vampire State of Mind for Halloween!
Concluding the long weekend with a great pair up of Directors George A. Romero and Dario Argento in…
Joan Bennett was hired by Dario Argento for Suspiria due to her work with Fritz Lang,whose work he admired.
Our new episode is out! It features Herk Harvey and Dario Argento talk. No better way to spend your weekend:
My latest blog entry is up and this time I take a look at Dario Argento's Trauma!
I've just discovered that The Bird With The Crystal Plumage was Dario Argento's first film. Such an assured and striking debut.
Beautiful screencaps from Deep Red (Dario Argento, 1975) via the always amazing http:/…
I'd like to see a Movie about Flight and like the ones in the Dario Argento movie
Crowdfunding is a good way to snag a free vacation. If you don't believe me just ask the straight shooters behind Dario Argento's Sandman
it's a Dario Argento its the 3rd movie in the 3 mother's trilogy
Dario Argento is bad at films. Recently, anyway.
Forever for stuff like this: Tenebre (Dario Argento, 1982)
So many movies are so vast and brilliant but I aways come back to Dario Argento.
all hail Dario Argento. Also features Morricone on score. BONUS!
is pretty morbid lately... End of last one was like the opening of Dario Argento's Suspiria...
ages ago I've been an extra in a Dario Argento movie. will be fun to see myself on TV tonight when they broadcast it.
Jess Franco, Armando Osorio, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, and Mario Bava certainly left an indelible mark on the history of horror movies.
Dario Argento and Udo Kier in one place. Oh my! set to be worth the double dip this year.
is what would happen if David Lynch and Dario Argento had a baby that was directed by Ridley Scott
Maniac. Grand Piano. Open Windows. Elijah Wood must be a huge fan of Brian DePalma and Dario Argento.
Suspiria - one of Dario Argento's best. Check his movie Inferno sometime if feeling brave - OST by Keith Emerson no less.
oh yes I love Craven he's one of the best. Then there's like Dario Argento and John Carpenter and then Tod Browning
Written and directed by Dario Argento. Keith Emerson composer-as good as Goblin.
"Midsomer Murders" is one of the most boring series I've seen. They should get Dario Argento to direct it, now that would get things going!
Awesome to see. Also help out Dario Argento!!
Proud to support our friends David and Daniella Tully . Dario Argento + Iggy Pop = Christmas Horror Movie. LOVE IT!
Legendary Italian horror director Dario Argento today launched a campaign for his latest film THE SANDMAN on Indiegogo on October 9th. Starring iconic punk singer Iggy Pop as a serial killer dubbed "The Sandman", the sleek and contemporary thriller is set in the 21st century with deep and twisted pr…
Dario Argento and Iggy Pop have to do Indiegogo time, yo!
4 Days until CREEPERS! MASTERS OF HORROR was one of the best horror anthology series ever produced, and in it's two season run included superb writers like Joe R. Lansdale (who also has a story adapted in CREEPERS), Clive Barker, Lovecraft and many others. Directors included Dario Argento, Don Coscarelli, John Landis, John Carpenter, Stuart Gordon and many more. The Season One Volume One Blu-ray features "Dreams in the Witch-house," "Fair Haired Child" and "Cigarette Burns," the latter two of which are pictured here. This volume and 3 more are on sale here-
The "Hotel Argento" where the Collector has his victims is most likely a nod to the cult Italian horror director Dario Argento.
I added a video to a playlist INFERNO - Dario Argento 1980 nap. PL
Dario Argento Suspiria... I made J watch it, then Rosemary's Baby...he loved Rosemary's Baby... the other *** am I watching?
You should watch Suspiria and Profondo Rosso, both directed by Dario Argento!! Wonderful Italian horror films from the 70s
As a nod to 1st creator,the reboot of Dario Argento's "Demons 2",will be directed by a dogo argentino
Dario argento is a horror films maker ,
A new crowd funded Dario Argento movie starring Iggy Pop. What could possibly go wrong?
Dario Argento says his new horror The Sandman will be one of his best films ever! Does the Italian Master of... http:/…
Grrr! Wish Dario Argento would stop not making Cosette the killer in his films! I'm trying to get her arrested!
When did Spike Lee become America's answer to Dario Argento?
So beautiful. Probably shouldn't be but it is. Dario Argento's Suspiria 1977
Watching "Suspiria". One of my all time horror flicks. Dario Argento is awesome!
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An interesting look at the life of a TV prop master, including a digression into cat wrangling for Dario Argento:
New episode tomorrow. We will be talking Dario Argento's Inferno and Romero's Day of the Dead.
I Agree!Dario Argento's films of the 70's&80's are Stylistically Impeccable,Masterpieces!
you can't go wrong with anything by Dario Argento either
Don't worry, it's just ink. I was thinking a good name for this color would be "Dario Argento Red"...
Zombies. I've seen this coming since my first Dario Argento flick.
Imagine a Dario Argento/Johnnie To collaboration. Kind of a weird pitch but just think of that camera work. Oh my
just a Dario Argento rip off right... eg tracking shot around the house in Panic Room...
this is so Andy Warhol mixed with Dario Argento, it's amazing!
I watched that drunk and had no idea what was going on. Awesome though! Goes well with classic Dario Argento horrors.
There's a lot of Dario Argento films on Amazon instant. I'm happy about this
My top 5 directors when it comes to horror are John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Sam Raimi, Lucio Fulci, and Dario Argento.
About to interview Suspiria's cinematographer, Luciano Tovoli. Here he is on set with Dario Argento and Joan Bennett
Tonight, looks like its between Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci... I think one of each. Classic, Euro stuff just simply F'n ROCKS!!!
Guest know one is into Dario Argento and Lucio Fulci films. I am... My favorite is The House by the Cemetery
I wonder if anyone is into Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento horror films. There kinda good.
I wonder how Dario Argento's Dracula will compare with Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula cause I'm about to find out.
Photoset: sans-soleil: The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (dir. Dario Argento — 1970)
Our June issue: Miyazaki Hayao dreams of flight! Plus A Touch of Sin, Dario Argento, WWI etc… htt…
Savini punching hair into the gelatin Brad Dourif head from Dario Argento's Trauma via
Tobe Hooper, Wes Craven, John Carpenter, George Romero, Dario Argento, these names will forever be associated with the horror movie genre because these directors made some of the most popular and influential horror films in history. The directors we will talk about today can be categorized in two kinds: One is those who dedicated their career making horror films but did’t receive enough recognition, the other is those who made not only horror films, but movies in other genres. But they have one thing in common, they each made at least two horror movies that became classics today. If you are a horror film fan, make sure you check out all the films that are marked as must-see.   1. Mario Bava Son of cameraman/special effects supreme Eugenio Bava, Mario invented giallo (murder mysteries that emphasise the murders), helped shape slashers (A Bay Of Blood is the blueprint for Friday The13th) and birthed Alien (though Planet Of The Vampires is a good deal more camp). His work favours vivid colours, icy atmosp ...
Now watching Dario Argento's Phenomena got one if the hottest chicks ever jennifer connely. only one I've never seen.says on the credits with special musical guests Motorhead and Iron maiden!
Just realized something while talking with my friend Molly Lowe... Yesterday's news of Dave Brockie's (Oderus Urungus) death not only hits me hard because I found the man as a genius and he was a hero to me... but also because without Gwar there is so much about me today... that wouldn't be. Not only was GWAR the band that got me further into Metal, and more "extreme" rock... but they were also the band that made me fall in love with Punk and Hardcore too! And deepen my love of all things Horror, Controversial, and Shocking!! In many ways, if you took GWAR out of my life back then early on, I'd not be half the person I am today. For GWAR led me to Punk rock that led me to meeting people that introduced me to my love of Troma; Troma led me to my love of Gore films and finding people like Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento which led me to find more films like that; all of that got me more into GOOD Horror and more... And just... my god! *** come to think of it it's thanks to that love of Horror, Troma ...
Thanks to Nicole Pereira for aiding me in procrastinating on working on my essay. This list is in no particular order, and I limited myself to only 3 horror movies. 1. Death Proof (Quentin Tarantino, 2007) 2. Monster-in-Law (Robert Luketic, 2005) 3. Run Lola Run (Tom Tkywer, 1998) 4. The Cabin in the Woods (Drew Goddard, 2012) 5. Some Like it Hot (Billy Wilder, 1959) 6. La Jetée (Chris Marker, 1962) 7. Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977) 8. Chungking Express (Kar Wai Wong, 1994) 9. Tokyo Story (Yasujirô Ozu, 1953) 10. Singin' in the Rain (Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly, 1952) I'm probably forgetting bunch of movies right now, but I'm tired so w/e GOODNIGHT I'm too lazy to tag people so do it if you want and just pretend I tagged you.
Phenomena by Dario Argento is so bad it’s good. Not quite Starship Troopers level though.
I mentioned the other day in a post about finally getting to watch Dario Argento's Dracula and how I very much enjoyed it! It came off as a very Hammer Film style. Well, I fell into some luck while at Best Buy yesterday. They had the Blu Ray 3D/Blu Ray combo for under $12 (eventually I'll buy the DVD version and make my own combo set. Just something I do lol). I had to snag it! Thanks to my wonderful wife decided to buy it for me!! Love you baby!! Watching the extras on it now. There's a lot of interviews about the behind the scenes on the tech aspects. From the 3D style they used, which is unique, to clothes and set design!! Man I eat this stuff up!! Side note : I love the fact that Thomas Kretschmann, whom plays Dracula, turned and plays Van Helsing in the American TV series!! Great in both roles!!
Italian horror maestro Dario Argento takes on "Dracula" - in The CineFiles:
Finally got to see Brian De Palma's Passion! I like McAdams and all but she just can't pull off playing bad. She didn't work at all. Noomi Rapace saved it though! It was a decent affair, with reminiscence of his old thrillers. Watching new De Palma, Dario Argento, and John Carpenter films are about the best times I can have! Here's hoping to to meet um someday, before it's too late!
Liz Jones' cameo in Dario Argento's "Deep Red" taught her to perfect a 1000 yard stare
The Cat O' Nine Tails (1971) aka Il gatto a nove code by Dario Argento Featuring James Franciscus, Karl Malden, Catherine Spaak Country: Italy / France / West Germany What it is: Suspense thriller A blind former journalist and a newspaperman combine forces to solve a mystery about a break-in to a pharmaceutical research company in which it appears that nothing was stolen. However, when a man who knew the true motive for the break-in is murdered, they find themselves also targets of whomever wants to keep the truth hidden. This movie is mainly a mystery/thriller. However, the pharmaceutical company is doing some research into genetic dispositions for criminal behavior, and this pushes it slightly into science fiction territory. The movie also features a serial killer and a scene involving a raid of a crypt, and these give the movie some horror content as well. That being said, this was Dario Argento's second directorial effort, and I'd have to say this is the most disappointing of the movies of his I'v ...
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Tracks & length: Main Theme (3:53) La Chiesa (5:16) Track 1 is performed by Keith Emerson and track 2 is performed by Goblin. Dario Argento's protege, ...
Just finished watching Vampyre Nation(adequate), now I'm onto Inferno by Dario Argento. Loving the Keith Emerson soundtrack.
Tidbit of Dario Argento info: He's halfway through his autobiography to be published in Italy next year and it focuses …
What's your pleasure, sir or madam? Which Horror movie wins the coveted prize of your viewing attention this evening? I can never decide between a classic I've seen and love or testing uncharted waters. It's never easy between: Dario Argento or Director John Carpenter, Stanley Kubrick Films or Friedkin, Lucio Fulci or Raimi, Polanski or David Cronenberg, Clive Barker or some other great... I may be leaning towards some Hammer Horror, The Devil Rides Out perhaps? Tell me your pleasure...
On Episode 65, the Boys are in crazy form as they gear up for the Halloween Extravaganza. We talk about the highly controversial film, Escape From Tomorrow. We resuscitate one of our original segments that we’ve aptly renamed, Ask the Deadites; a live Q&A segment named in honor of our good friends at The Mill Creeps. Want to find out why The Deadites now have major heat with Bob Backlund? Tune in to our Rock And Shock wrap up to hear that and other stories from the fantastic weekend. We also discuss Rob Zombie, CM Punk - WWE Universe, Drive-In Horrorshow, Dario Argento, Fantasm, Outside the Cinema and our favorite Trick or Treat Candy!
Seeing Dracula 3D at the Chicago International Film Festival in about an hour, with Dario Argento in person!!
Review (and reflection): BLACK CHRISTMAS This is not a reference to the pedestrian remake but to the original Canadian film (1974). You know, John Carpenter has gotten a ton of credit for HALLOWEEN (1978), and he deserves credit, at least stylistically. But let's not forget that BLACK CHRISTMAS was released four years before HALLOWEEN--and let's not forget that Italian directors such as Mario Bava and Dario Argento had already reached pinnacles with their giallos that Carpenter could never match. American film goers--and we should also include critics--were not that familiar with the giallos of Bava, Argento, Fulci, et al. and credited Carpenter with pioneering a new genre. In my estimation, director Bob Clark, he's of Porky's fame, became one of the import middle men between Italy and North America when he brought BLACK CHRISTMAS to the big screen. This is not to say that Carpenter shouldn't be given any credit at all; he should. HALLOWEEN has style to burn, and unfortunately, lesser directors attempted ...
Watch: 90-minute special 'Masters of Horror,' hosted by Bruce Campbell, ft. John Carpenter, Dario Argento & more
Roger Corman, Dario Argento and George A. Romero are all appearing at the BFI in person in November for Q&As!
George A Romero, Dario Argento & Roger Corman will all be coming over to talk at the in October/November as part of the Gothic season.
when it comes to 80s horror I'm more of a Hellraiser/Dario Argento guy. Still love Elm St but not as powerful for me nowadays.
You should get into Italian crime & horror films. Mario Bava, Dario Argento etc..
Jessica Harper in Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA released in the U.S. on this day in 1977.
THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE: One of the true joys of film is the continuous sense of discovery. Dario Argento's "The Bird With the Crystal Plumage" is his 1970 directorial debut. It is a brilliant film and an astounding first film and I have just seen it for the first time. It seems to me not to have dated nearly as much as other films of the period. Stylistically, it seems fresh and maintains a great amount of suspense. this is due primarily to a) Argento's marvelous direction, b) Vittorio Storaro's extraordinary cinematography, c) a wonderfully effective screenplay, and d) Ennio Morricone's groundbreaking and wholly affecting score, a combination of discordant music, lovely pop-jazz themes, heavy breathing and frightening moans. Argento's 1975 film "Deep Red" is often considered his masterpiece, but I like this one better. I loved "Deep Red" and it is definitely a great film, but it seems to emphasize style and is often very aware of its set pieces. Here, the story pulls the viewer in and ...
Nerddom awesomeness: Goblin is coming to Montreal! We'll get to see all those cheesy Dario Argento soundtrack songs live!
Those of you cinephiles who are well versed in Italian horror films, especially those of Dario Argento, will be very happy to know the iconic band Goblin will embark on their first ever U.S. tour and we have all details of where they’ll be heading, so read on down below! From The Press Release: Almost 40 years removed from their debut, cult legends Goblin will launch their first ever North American tour this October. The tour will start October 1st in Atlanta, GA, and will culminate with a two-night run of performances in Austin, TX, at the Housecore Horror Film Festival on October 25th and 27th. The Italian Soundtrack Kings will perform all of their classic cuts, including scores from Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebrae, Dawn of the Dead, Phenomena, Sleepless and other songs that are milestones among prog rock followers, including songs from Roller, Il fantastico Viaggio del Bagarozzo Mark, and most recently Back to the Goblin. Other famous scores never performed live anywhere will be included on this tour. F ...
Dario Argento-associated prog rockers Goblin coming to North America for first time!
Has the pleasure of going to the Brattle last night to see a double bill of Berberian Sound Studio and a 35mm print of Dario Argento's Suspiria. As for Berberian Sound Studio, it was a pretentious dollar store David Lynch film that dragged it's feet through it's seemingly 17 hour running time. It's a pity, because it's performances, basic concept, and visual style, are fantastic... but it's entirely wasted on a film that simply goes nowhere... and takes forever to get there. But, the real reason I wanted to go was to see Suspiria on the big screen, and what an amazing treat it was. Not only was the print in almost perfect condition (Just a few minor nicks), but the color was still bright and vibrant. I've seen Suspiria probably 20 to 30 times on VHS and DVD, but nothing compares to it on the big screen, with Goblin's brilliantly original score pounding on the speakers. The only slight downside was that it was an American release print that cut a few frames down to obtain a R rating, as well as cutting an ...
Dario Argento - perhaps Italy’s most important horror film director – has produced a truly stunning body of work, whether creating bloodied zombies in collaboration with George Romero or, as in Suspiria, creating visionary supernatural horror. A remarkable visual stylist and visceral storyteller, Ar...
Directed by Dario Argento. With Asia Argento, Rutger Hauer, Thomas Kretschmann, Marta Gastini. The tale begins with Jonathan Harker, journeying by train and carriage from England to Count Dracula's crumbling...
Toyko-based bar & grill Cambiare is inspired by and modeled on Dario Argento's 1977 horror classic. Check out this amazing place!
a fan trailer for this horror classic by Dario Argento that I made as a school project
to be among the Horror Elite in Hollywood. A new challenge. To be invited to dine with Wes Craven. Frank Darabont . Dario Argento. Eli roth . Rob Zombie. Quentin Taratino . Clive Barker. John Carpenter just to name a few. They be like.. "dude! your the new guy!" and I will say... " Gentlemen, who shall we kill?". ok.. some of you got that. Others may be like Im weird.
Hooked in on Dario Argento's "Giallo" w/Adrien Brody on Showtime .. Good Nightmare y'all!
Bird With Crystal Plummage [VHS]: Dario Argento takes sole writing credit for his directorial debut but The Bi...
In case you missed it, here's my review for the very disappointing new Dario Argento film aka
Tonight's feature is the Dario Argento masterpiece "Phenomena" starring Jennifer Connelly and Donald Pleasance.
I love Suspiria. Dario Argento is a freaking genius.
I'm more worried about the ballet schools in Dario Argento's Germany…
I would never want to live in Dario Argento's Italy.
A fabric sample I made from Dario Argento's Inferno poster. I wanna learn to sew so I can do cool…
Dario Argento was a visionary with lighting, especially in Suspiria
...and now that you know a little more about Argento, why not indulge in one of his all-time classics, TENEBRAE!
It has arrived! Dario Argento's DRACULA 3D importazione Italiana blu-ray. Released 3/26 & arrived today. Hope its better than Cannes let on.
In each of my characters there is a little of me. Not strictly autobiographical but a little piece of my soul. Dario Argento
Dario Argento An Eye for Horror - Documentary that explores Argentos film career -
After 3 attempts I finally saw DRACULA di DARIO ARGENTO. Am I unique in having seen the first 20 mins 3 times? Doesn't look like Dario has.
I woke up this morning with Dario Argento eyes, by which I do not mean 'suitable for extreme close-ups'
Very cool doc on Dario Argento, one of the most singular directors in horror!
Dario Argento's Dracula 3D is out now !! I'll try to watch it this week , i hope is good.
Poe opened a door inside me. It was a landscape, a new world, a new perspective. Dario Argento
I'm looking forward to it as well, although DePalma's versin is an amazing classic. I bet it inspired Dario Argento.
The final print in the Dario Argento Series is 'Suspiria'. Here's a sneak peak of the prints in production.
Okay, there's no Udo Kier, but I am DESPERATE for Dario Argento's Dracula 3D to be screened in London...
It's my birthday tomorrow. I want to stay under the duvet & watch Woody Allen & Dario Argento movies all day...
Dario Argento's 3D Dracula will be presented at Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
New Mondo Review: Dario Argento pokes you in the eye with DRACULA in 3D on Italian Blu-Ray.
the act and its consequences, than I am violence fetishists like Dario Argento or John Woo.
When in doubt, bring up Dario Argento. Zombie Fans
If you don't like my movies, don't watch them. Dario Argento
A series of posters for Dario Argento’s films by Malleus:
For more Dario Argento craziness check out Phenomenon, or if you're in the mood for something more slasher/giallo, Deep Red
how dare you blasphemy the name of Dario Argento!
Early in his career, Dario Argento wanted to make documentaries on lock picking disguised as fictional films.
Dario Argento's Inferno is a possible suggestion. Or Suspiria. Both good.
Am watching Terror, Norman J Warren's tribute to Dario Argento. It's like watching La Dolce Vita reenacted by the cast of Rising Damp.
Dario Argento's Dracula (2012) Many will disagree with me, but i really liked it, it wasn't bad! Enjoyable & DIFFERENT adaptation of (1/3)
Malleus's brand new poster series for Dario Argento:
Sunday, I'll finally watch DRACULA 3D from Dario Argento! . (expect the worse and hope for the best)
So, I saw Dario Argento's Dracula 3D the other day; at what point was it that Dario lost his mind?
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Maybe not one of Dario Argento's best, but it's still a solid thriller with a good amount of gore. Phenomena (1985).
I also don't like films that are made just to make money, no this kind of film I don't like. Dario Argento
I like films to have something inside, I don't mean a message, I mean something from the soul. Dario Argento
Thank you! Only one more print in the Dario Argento / Series to go. I'm sure everyone knows what it'll be.
Lovely series of Dario Argento prints availbale
True it just depends on how much Dario Argento was involved in it… now I need to rewatch it.
I should have heard she comes from south america, don't you mean–' you must have been defaced, but in a dario argento film.
you know who Dario Argento and Mario Bava are!
I got Dario Argento's INFERNO on BluRay this week! That sounds like a nice, surreal, artsy Euro horror movie to immerse my brain in tonight.
one of my fav ones.a horror masterpiece Inferno - A Film by Dario Argento (U.S. Trailer): via
I think I'm just going to listen to Dario Argento movies all day and do accounting
Caveat emptor if not quite cave canem ... Dracula di Argento on BluRay
Faint praise: Dracula di Dario Argento is better than the Marc Warren one ...
It Has to Be Done Department: just settling down to watch Dario Argento's Dracula.
but I'm a horror soundtrack fanatic in terms of John Carpenter/ Dario Argento/ Lucio Fulci films and could write similar.
Prince of Darkness, In the mouth of Madness.. anything by Dario Argento, The Exorcist, The entity and it goes on...
So, perhaps fittingly, managed to catch Dario Argento's Dracula in a second run theater. Disappointed that new MTRCB is doing cuts again.
Dario Argento's "Dracula 3D" is NOT a remake of Coppola's! They are two different versions, just like all the others before them.
Photo: All of the murderer’s hands in the movie were Dario Argento’s. 
Sam Raimi & Wes Craven are one of the most recognized horror/gore filmmakers but Dario Argento is the master
I know you are a big John Zorn fan, what movie are these scene's from? Dario Argento flic?
For those of you who have never dyed your hair...IT IS A HORRIFYING EXPERIENCE. You wait the required 25 minutes for the dye to set in, you watch The Mindy Project, you blithely eat your ice cream sandwich and you kind of forget you have dye in your hair. And then you step into the shower and for a terrifying second you are led to believe that you're in some freaking Dario Argento film where some dead ghost kid is trying to tell you something by making your shower water black and then you almost slip and kill yourself. Il faut souffrir pour être belle.
Did I just pre-order Dario Argento's Dracula 3D on blu-ray? Yes, I did. And I'm proud of it.
Track 10 from the soundtrack to Dario Argento's 1987 giallo OPERA aka TERROR AT THE OPERA.
John Landis's Innocent Blood is great times. Especially since Sam Raimi, Tom Savini, Linnea Quigley and Dario Argento all have cameos in it
Also amazing is that this came out at the height of my Dario Argento obsession and crush on daughter Asia. And Ennio Morricone scored it!
Dario Argento's 1998 "Phantom of the Opera," with Julian Sands and Asia Aentto. Streaming high quality, legal, free.
Off to actually do some work tonight after a lovely couple of days in Singapore with Team Also craving a Dario Argento fest.
Dario Argento date night 3... Tenebrae! . Speaking of Tenebrae, we are playing tomorrow afternoon at the midway cafe in Jamaica Plain! Come see us and I'll tell you all about Dario Argento date night!
Okay - time for my thoughts on the, likely, passing of HMV. I enjoyed the 3 years I worked at the Oxford Circus branch. Loved that it was easy to tell which Staff member belonged to which floor (us film geeks on the 1st floor; the blatant music lovers on the ground floor; the sensible world music & speciality on lower ground; classical had it's own little room as well as it's own style of staff. We all had the t-shirt, but were all slightly customised to suit our departments. p.s. I don't talk about the Games section - it scared me. I worked there twice in three years and still don't know what the punters were asking!). I loved that I served Chris bloody Morris; Dermot O'Leary; Senator Palpatine; Dario Argento's daughter; an actress that only I recognised from an obscure, early Steven Moffatt sitcom; Ricky Gervais and Steven Merchant (when they were still funny); Leigh Francis (okay, kids - you know him as Keith Lemon); Stephen bloody Fry; got Sarah Alexander to sign Coupling series 1 (another unappreciat ...
Jenifer is the fourth episode of the first season of Masters of Horror. It originally aired in North America on November 18, 2005. It was directed by Dario Argento, and written by and starring Steven Weber. "Jenifer" is adapted from a 10-page black-and-white comic book story, written by Bruce Jones and illustrated by Berni Wrightson, that originally appeared in issue (July 1974) of the horror anthology title Creepy.
Cinephile: One who can be obsessed with the works of Satyajit Ray, Dario Argento, Kubrick, John Waters, Miike & Kurosowa at the same time.
The orig. story for this film was penned by 3 legends: 1.its director, 2.Bernardo Bertolucci & 3.Dario Argento-
Clark Gable vs. The Wrestlemaniac in an untitled Dario Argento film. My mind is blown.
THE COLLECTION (2012) This sequel to the 2009 flick THE COLLECTOR delivers the gory goods with twice as much punch as its predecessor, giving us an opening that would rival that of GHOST SHIP, and a deliciously gruesome ride for the following 80 minutes. After dispatching an entire club of people (with three very interesting booby-trap set-ups), the lone survivor from the original film, Arkin, witnesses The Collector capture the surviving party girl during his escape from the madman's clutches. Turns out she's the daughter of a very powerful man who wants his little girl returned to him immediately. A group of mercenaries forces Arkin to help find her, since he alone knows where the killer lives. What follows is a trap-filled stalk-and-slash, with no restaint on the red stuff. The film is host to many colorful visuals, reminding one of the films of Dario Argento (fitting, seeing as the name of the hotel where the killer has set up his maze is The Argento), and the score by Charlie Clouser is absolutely in ...
From the Soundtrack to Dario Argento's Film (She's) the mother of tears 2007 "Mother Hail to the Queen of rare delights Malefic and tragic Are the strings of...
I bought the black heart in Rome at the Dario Argento museum and ever since they I've always wondered where i…
Video by Dustin Ferguson. A horror style music video paying homage to the greats like Dario Argento. Fictional tale of a curse that transcends time and takes...
Saw Beyond The Black Rainbow and it was like a Dario Argento film made love to a psychological thriller to the soundtrack of Blade Runner.
John Carpenter,Dario Argento, Luci Fuchi, John Woo, John McTeirnan, Johnnie To: Greatest genre directors of all time
1987 Italian giallo horror film written and directed by Dario Argento and starring Cristina Marsillach, Urbano Barberini and Ian Charleson. The film's score was composed by Brian Eno and Claudio Simonetti
giallo are italian mystery & supernatural thrillers. Dario Argento one of the main directors. give 'em a try.
I got Dario Argento's look. Big pic. Pure accident. Kinda spooky, but I like.
Dario Argento on the set of Tenebrae:
Dario Argento is one if the most brilliant film makers ever.
Watching Dario Argento's Opera. One of my favorite film makers, especially in the horror genre.
Weird selection for tonight; don't judge me: Dario Argento's Phantom of the Opera starring.the Warlock himself Julian Sands
The 3rd of my 4-part Cinema Essay series for Halloween Week at is Live-It concerns TENEBRE (and Dario Argento)
As a way to calm my nerves, I have been watching Dario Argento's cut of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead.
I pretended to like Dario Argento well before I’d ever actually watched a film by Dario Argento—not out of straight deceit but just because his name would come up now and again when I was an impressionable young lad who had hardly watched any movies but wanted to come off as a hip insider. Most freq...
we are snuggled down, is even watching a Dario Argento thriller, His Holloween indulgence of today.
serves you right for home decor shopping at Dario Argento's garage sale.
Youtube keeps trying to recommend me the Dario Argento Phantom. No. Make it stop!
"Meat Loaf" Aday stars as Jake Feldman, a short-tempered furrier struggling to build a small-time business while being tormented by his obsession for a sexy ...
Streaming for free on this week? Dario Argento's CAT O' NINE TAILS, SLAUGHTER HIGH & THE NUN!
The ending of Dario Argento's Opera (1987) still gets me, absolutely beautiful. Great Arrow set as always.
Dario Argento, Sergio Leone, & Francis Ford Coppola are all masters of their domain
Likes of Dario Argento/Mario Bava/George A Romero generally do it for me, plus some more recent European and Asian horror.
When it comes to giallo – literally named from yellow-jacketed psychological thriller fiction - Italy’s most well-known horror film director, producer and screenwriter, Dario Argento, remains king of the cult sub-genre. At this atmospheric time of year, we remember his 1975 thriller,‘Profondo Rosso’...
Wanna see an innocent '70s American balet student fend off her witch instructors n cubist-inspired Germany? Watch Dario Argento's Suspiria.
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Horror-movie-a-day in Oct. Italian horror-master Dario Argento's classic Suspiria (1977) -
Yes, named after one of Dario Argento's films. Shop upstairs, museum downstairs.
The only time I've asked for an autograph. Mission accompli yay GOBLIN & dario argento the impetus for my obsession with
Norm's Countdown to Halloween: Trailers for 31 of My Favourite Horror Movies... Now here's an abundance of trivia for this one. Do try to keep up... Though called ZOMBIE for its North American audiences, the original title for this film by Lucio Fulci (Italian horror cinema icon & "Godfather of Gore" I mentioned briefly in my blurb for trailer THE BEYOND) is ZOMBI 2, though its precursor was actually 1978's DAWN OF THE DEAD (remade by Zack Snyder in 2004), American horror cinema icon & "Godfather of Zombies" George A. Romero's revered follow-up to his even more revered 1968 classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD - remade in 1990 by special make-up effects wizard Tom Savini, then by Jeff Broadstreet as a 3D version (2006), which has a sequel, Broadstreet's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD 3D: RE-ANIMATION, released a couple weeks ago & featuring the RE-ANIMATOR films' Jeffrey Combs; NIGHT also has an unofficial sequel, 1985's Dan O'Bannon-written-&-directed THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD, in turn spawning 4 sequels of it ...
Chimps are ornery *** Jennifer Connelly got tip of her finger bitten off while making a Dario Argento film for & it was a small female
I am a big fan of the show. The series reminds me a lot of the films of Dario Argento. Have you seen any of his films ?
31. SUSPIRIA ('77) A fabulous movie, Dario Argento's best, IMHO, and a perfect capper to this. I have been watching
Dario Argento marathon and pasta is how I'm dealing with this storm of boredom.
The Stendhal Syndrome - best Dario Argento film you never bothered to see?
Apparently BBC4 will be screening Dario Argento's mighty debut film The Bird with the Crystal Plumage in the next few weeks.
Did a Dario Argento double feature for my films today:
4) My favourite horror director is Dario Argento, but I'm very fond of David Cronenberg too.
Also, I am upsettingly late on this one, but thank you to the Dario Argento Burlesque gals! Hayley Jane, you were a wonderful tortured ballerina for Suspiria. miss mary wanna, you rocked a coke can and some insects like the cutest camp queen I ever seen! Ruby Solitaire your Opera was not to be missed. Dave Deneen, Still want Eddie's digits! Stephanie LilSteph, thank you for slinging drinks like a sexy creeper. and Eric Bresler, thanks for having us at PhilaMOCA. Until Tim Burton burlesque on December 15th...
A4 Dario Argento. Such style, flair and skill.
Original Deep Red film print signed by the master dario argento and claudio simmenetti!
Watching Dario Argento's 'Profondo Rosso' in the run up to Hallowe'en.
as a solution I'm watching a really bad Dario Argento film. So far, it isn't working :(
Directed by Dario Argento. With Adrien Brody, Emmanuelle Seigner, Elsa Pataky, Robert Miano. In Italy, a woman fears her sister may have been kidnapped. Inspector Enzo Avolfi fears it's worse. They team up to rescue her from a sadistic killer known only as Yellow.
On a day like today but in 1982 was released the italian film "Tenebre". Directed by Dario Argento its plot...
Dario Argento appreciation post! Best Argento film? Suspiria or Deep Red? Who in the TMM army sweats his work as much as we do?
In Rome, Mark Gatiss finds a gruesome display in basement of Profondo Rosso - memorabilia shop owned by Dario Argento
Hmmm. Think im going to stay inside with spiced tea, some good coffee and a Dario Argento marathon. :-)
what type of scary movie would you be interested in? You could always go with The Exorcist or many Dario Argento films.
Dario Argento's Deep Red at the Tyneside Grindlounge tomorrow, excited
Phenomena is Dario Argento's best film! Jennifer Connely gave the best performance I've ever seen her give!
Listening to my CD collection of music from every Dario Argento film during this quiet pre-Halloween evening...
31 Days of Horror! The Dario Argento classic and 1st in Three Mothers Trilogy. Susperia reviewed on
I do believe it's a Dario Argento kind of night.
↓it's so scared and terrible movie! By the way, I wish Director Dario Argento's movie was remake XD
work is still fab but some stressful supplier/hosting issues. Oh don't watch Dario Argento's Giallo *very poor*...
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Watching back 2 back trailers of Dario Argento's horror films probably not a good idea when you're about to go to bed. Now where's Suspiria?
Listening to The Stendhal Syndrome, score by Ennio Morricone. Lovely score to a great Dario Argento film, which contains some of his most haunting images. (The film is about being besieged, psychologically and physically, by works of art.)
If Michael Mann watched a lot of Dario Argento movies and decided to make a game, it would probably be this.
"Of course SUSPIRIA is the best." Composer Claudio Simonetti on his films with horror maestro Dario Argento.
The movie Demoni was actually directed Lamberto Bava, Dario Argento Produced it. Don't try to be clever!
This version was edited by producer Dario Argento for use in European markets. It contains some scene extensions and skips some scenes from
I am watching Dario Argento's Giallo - well, sort of - doesn't seem to be demanding my attention. I may go make a cup of tea
Listening to the soundtack to Dario Argento's Inferno by Keith Emerson its amazingly dark and beautiful at the same time
Don't remake Suspiria (Classic)- If the orginal director: Dario Argento, is involved then I'll let it off. Remake only if you keep to the -
If u can get hold of Dario Argento's Deep Red that's amazing & has a fantastic Goblin sountrack that u won't forget!
Yellow. Shown prior to the 25th anniversary screening of Dario Argento's Terror At The Opera at this year's Celluloid Screams festival, Yellow is a short film that serves an homage to classic giallo cinema. The masked killer, the themes of insanity and the graphic violence and nudity are all present, and the film pays homages to giallo and non-giallo films alike from Phenomena (1985) to Un Chien Andalou (1929) by way of Black Christmas (1974). As a short film, exposition isn't a strength and even for a giallo, this is some pretty confusing stuff as a result. However, for a film of it's scale it's cinematography stands out as being really strong.
To be fair, I poured most of it on my melodica as a tribute to Dario Argento.
Watch a film entitled Deep Red for the italian legendary director Dario Argento and an american film entitled Maniac
true, would Dario Argento be a bit too much?
2nd Dario D' Argento treat for today: enter Jenifer!
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Ooooh, excellent choice! I love me some Dario Argento (nothing to do with my fixation on his daughter Asia, you understand!)
Ok, Manborg was mental and didn’t really make sense. Dario Argento’s Opera up next. Properly excited about it.
Overcome with boredom, I've suddenly had the greatest idea! I'm FINALLY going to watch "Zombi", Dario Argento's Italian cut of one of my favorite movies of all time: George Romero's "Dawn of the Dead". How will it stack up against Romero's edit? Will the increased Goblin music on the soundtrack muck things up? Will the shortened run-time give the movie a different feel? Let's find out! Wheee!
Recorded live during rehearsals at Acquario Studio - Rome - May 2010 Shooted, edited and directed by Luigi Pastore
Well, I brought Dawn of the Dead, Warrior, Inglorius Basterds, and The Lady in Black. Who is Dario Argento?
brought Hostel one and two, Dario Argento movies, Pans Labyrinth, Grandmas Boy, Avatar
am I the only person who thinks Dario Argento was extremely overrated?
I always take "pierce film lid several times" to mean "stab it up like I'm in a Dario Argento film".
I need more Dario Argento in my collection... As in any Argento
Directed by Lamberto Bava. With Urbano Barberini, Natasha Hovey, Karl Zinny, Fiore Argento. A group of people are trapped in a large movie theater in West Berlin that is infected by ravenous demons who proceed to kill and posses the humans one-by-one, thereby multiplying their numbers.
October Horror Movie Trivia Name the 1977 Dario Argento film that is unfortunately being remade...-.-
The Divine Hand Ensemble's Youtube videos just passed 75,000 views, Here is the 1st one we made - The theme from Dario Argento's OPERA. Thanks for watching !
New fav Horror flick "Suspiria" who could hate 1977 fashion and director Dario Argento. And Joan Bennett to boot.
Doria FT surprised me today with an interesting 5star review for "The Girl of Dracula". Thank you, Doria! You're a wonderful friend! I love your review! Doria said: "If you have never been to Europe/Romania, you'll go after you read this book! This is a great book about a Romanian love story with an unexpected end. The book is easy to read and addictive! If you are Romanian, you'll find yourself familiar with a lot of places and situations. Just because I love it so much, now I am reading the second book "Broken Serenade", written by the same author, which should be the source of inspiration for Dario Argento!"
Horror month day 23. Another giallo film: Dario Argento's Suspiria. I highly recommend this one.
movie - Phenomena (Jennifer Connelly-1985) - decent movie, a little weird but what else would you expect from a Dario Argento film lol
Written by Andi Sex Gang and Simon Boswell. Appears in the Dario Argento film "Phenomena" (©DAC Film). Taken from the album "Perception In The Heart Of Darkn...
Hey everybody, I wrote several paragraphs of words about Dario Argento's Italian horror classic Suspiria for a blog. Watch it if you haven't and read my stuff here:
A newcomer to a fancy ballet academy gradually comes to realize that the staff of the school are actually a coven of witches bent on chaos and destruction.
Getting my Halloween fill of horror movies. If you know who Dario argento, Sam Raimi, or George Romero are your a 10.
Watching Dario Argento's Inferno makes me feel like I'm going insane.
Haven't seen a cockroach at my place in 6 months and tonight I've killed about 20. I swear there is a queue outside and a big bouncer cockroach is letting a group in every few minutes. Feels like I'm in a cross between a Gary Larson skit and Dario Argento film. My skin is crawling...
Inferno trailer of Dario argento film. 1980, inferno with Eleonora Giorgi, Daria Nicoldi
Okay, REALLY bad advertising. I looked up the trailer for an old Dario Argento movie, "Cat O' nine tails' on Youtube, and the pop-up add was for a free animal examination at a vet.
Dario Argento film festival at my brothers...we watched 4 movies, back to back! "Bird with the Crystal Plummage", "Cat 'O Nine Tails", Four Flies on Grey Velvet" and finally "inferno"
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