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Series: The Three Mothers

Review: Suspiria (1977)

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While it may not be the scariest of films, Dario Argento's Suspiria (1977) is certainly among the most beautiful. Filmed on the last Technicolor system in Europe, and awash in colored lighting, it is a candy-coated confection and a grueling, bloody horror at once. It is like a dose of arsenic covered in cream.(read more...)

Review: Inferno (1980)

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Forget the cinematography, lighting and production/art design credits on Dario Argento films. His work shows how much these elements can be the result of the director, and in Dario's case, it's obvious it's all him. His genius in those areas is so pronounced that even in films like Lamberto Bava's Demons or Michael Soavi's The Sect, where Argento only gets a co-producer and co-writer credit, it's obvious that he also had a hand in cinematography, lighting and production/art design.(read more...)

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