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Starting this week, filmmaker, editor, critic and Notebook contributor Gina Telaroli will be seeing the premiere of her exquisite short feature Traveling Light, "a small-scale silent (aesthetically “silent”, but with a dense sound mix) charting a trip among friends from New York to Pittsburgh carefully constructed as a string of tiny moments" (Christopher Small), around the world in a variety of venues. The most ambitious on the ground presentation will be at New York's Anthology Film Archives, in whose series "Closely Watched Trains" Traveling Light is showing alongside such other brilliant train cinema as Shanghai Express, Emperor of the North, and The Narrow Margin. For those not in New York, stay tuned for news of the film's online premiere.
- Adam Cook
As someone who discovered Suspiria on VHS at age nine (after picking the name off the box art for Terror in the Aisles nonetheless), you better believe this writer was more than thrilled to hop on the phone with legendary filmmaker Dario Argento to talk about his latest feature, Dracula 3D.
Considered the Godfather of Giallo, Argento has been the creative force behind numerous influential Italian films including The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Deep Red, Inferno, Tenebre, Phenomena, and Opera.
During our recent interview with the iconic director, he discussed what fueled his decision to helm a feature based on one of the greatest stories of all time, his experiences working with 3D and his ensemble, as well as why Dracula might just be the biggest romantic in the horror genre.
- Heather Wixson
Italian horror maestro Dario Argento is returning to the genre that he’s permanently put a stamp on with his own take on the most famous of vampires in… Dracula 3D. The man who sent chills down our spine with classics like Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebrae, and several others, Argento dominated the realm of gialli pictures, thanks to their intense colors, style, blood, and distinct music.
Now, you can see what the esteemed filmmaker has been up to with Dracula 3D, a film that’s now available to watch on Cable VOD as well as digital outlets (including iTunes and SundanceNow). But One Of You Will Get To Do So For Free!
We’re pleased to announce a giveaway that will give one lucky winner a free code to watch the film online at SundanceNow, a free movie poster (below, in the gallery), and a lenticular postcard (a holographic representation of the poster). To qualify, »
- Andy Greene
Dario Argento's 'Dracula 3D' hit VOD in the Us towards the end of last week and in case you haven't sunk your teeth into the Italian production just yet perhaps this new, and quite bizarre, red band trailer hot from the distributor IFC Midnight. This reimagination of the classic gothic tale, as unnecessary as it is, looks like an odd little feature and this new trailer which features a giant praying mantis and Hammer-esque special effects does little too enthuse me further. 'Dracula 3D' stars Thomas Kretschmann as the fanged one along with fellow co-stars, Marta Gastini, the sexy Asia Argento (below), Unax Ugalde, Miriam Giovanelli and Rutger Hauer ('Hobo with a Shotgun'). Head below to check out the new trailer. »
Morbidly curious about checking out a screening of IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review)? Very much still on the fence? Well, we have a shot at scoring a screening on us and more!
That's right - you can win a poster (below), a lenticular postcard (a holographic representation of the poster), and a code to watch the film for free on SundanceNow .
To enter for your chance to win, just send us an E-mail Here including your Full Name And Mailing Address. We’ll take care of the rest.
The film features Asia Argento as Lucy, Thomas Kretschmann as Dracula, Marta Gastini as Mina, and Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing. Miguel Angel Silvestre and Miriam Giovanelli also star. Argento's Dracula is available Now in select theaters and on cable and digital VOD, under the IFC Midnight banner. Look for it in 3D on DirecTV, At&T, Verizon, Comcast, CableVision and »
- Uncle Creepy
Watch the red band trailer for Argento's Dracula 3D, starring Rutger Hauer, Thomas Kretschmann, Asia Argento, Marta Castini, Unax Ugalde and Miriam Giovanelli. The film was an official selection at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and stars Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing and Asia Argento (daughter of Dario) as a local all-too-eager to fall under the Count’s sway. This classic vampire tale is drenched in gore and sex, and will surely get your heart racing. »
This weekend, Dario Argento returns and he's brining fangs, extreme, graphic violence, sexual exploitation and a giant, killer praying mantis! On behalf of IFC Midnight, we are pleased to announce that Argento's Dracula 3D is now playing in select theaters, and is available to watch on Cable VOD and digital platforms including iTunes and SundanceNow. This classic vampire tale is drenched in gore and sex, and will surely get your heart racing.
clickHere to watch the red band trailer, which features nudity.
Horror master Dario Argento returns with a bloody, luridly creepy 3D version of the classic vampire tale. An unsuspecting Englishman arrives in Transylvania, lured by a job with a local nobleman. But the undead Count Dracula's real target is the man's innocent young wife. Featuring the iconic Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing and the inimitable Asia Argento (the director's own daughter) as a local all-too-eager »
Be forewarned, this is not prime Argento. Dracula 3D looks chintzy, and nothing like the classics that the Italian master of horror is known for. But you know what, that’s ok. Dario is 73 years old, and for better or worse, is still making films. Whether the film reaches the heights of Suspiria or the lows of Giallo, it doesn’t matter because it’s extremely kickass all in itself that Argento is still with us, doing what he loves most. Basically if that includes Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing and a giant CGI pray mantis, then so be it.
This brand new Red Band trailer is just insane. It features crazy, computer rendered, animal transformations that needs to be seen to be believed. Blood is spewing everywhere, heads are being knocked off, and Dracula’s brides fully nude getting slapped around for good measure. See for yourself below!
- Justin Edwards
“Horror master Dario Argento returns with a bloody, luridly creepy 3D version of the classic vampire tale, drenched in gore and sex. An unsuspecting Englishman arrives in Transylvania, lured by a job with a local nobleman. But the undead Count Dracula’s real target is the man’s innocent young wife. Featuring the iconic Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing and the inimitable Asia Argento (the director’s own daughter) as a local all-too-eager to fall under the Count’s sway.”
Dracula 3D was directed by Dario Argento and stars Thomas Kretschmann (Dracula), Marta Gastini (Mina), Asia Argento (Lucy), Unax Ugalde (Harker), and Rutger Hauer (Van Helsing). The movie will be available starting today on VOD, digital platforms, and a limited number of theater locations in the Us. »
- Jonathan James
The first red band trailer has finally arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and... well.... it doesn't help matters much, does it? Oh, Dario! How we all long for the you of days gone by. Check it out. Then pop some aspirin.
The film features Asia Argento as Lucy, Thomas Kretschmann as Dracula, Marta Gastini as Mina, and Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing. Miguel Angel Silvestre and Miriam Giovanelli also star. Argento's Dracula will be released on October 4th, both in select theaters and on cable and digital VOD, under the IFC Midnight banner. Look for it in 3D on DirecTV, At&T, Verizon, Comcast, CableVision and Time Warner cable and satellite platforms as well as in theaters.
One night in the woods adjacent to Passo Borgo, at the foot of the Carpazi mountains, a couple of young lovers, Tania and Milos, secretly meet. On her way home, »
- Uncle Creepy
Director: Dario Argento,
Running time: 105 minutes
Synopsis: Jonathan Harker travels to meet Count Dracula in an attempt to catalogue his vast library. Unfortunately there is something off about the reclusive count. After Harker goes missing, his fiancé turns up and is also in danger of falling under the Count’s spell.
The classic tale of Dracula is one that can always facilitate a new adaptation. It’s a classic tale of lust, desire, and sucking the blood from the neck of young busty ladies. It has undergone many changes over the years, and they have ranged from the classical ones that have been applied to all vampires, such as death from sunlight, while others have been a bit more controversial; making Dracula’s true identity to be that of Judas Iscariot. Most iterations have some worth to them, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Check out what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods This Is the End (comedy horror; Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, James Franco; rated R) The Croods (animation; Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone; rated PG) Big Sur (drama; Kate Bosworth, Josh Lucas; available now before theatrical release) Best Man Down (comedy; Justin Long, Jess Weixler; premieres 10/3 before theatrical release; rated PG-13) Dracula (Dario Argento-directed horror; Rutger Hauer, Asia Argento; premieres 10/4, the same day as theatrical release...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
In late-2004, Catherine Breillat suffered a debilitating stroke that paralyzed the left side of her body and precipitated a five-month hospital stay. After learning to walk again, she soon returned to work, finalizing pre-production on The Last Mistress (2007). Her next project was to have been an adaption of her novel, Bad Love, starring Naomi Campbell and Christophe Rocancourt, a notorious criminal who, by the time Breillat met him, had already served five years in an American prison for defrauding his victims out of millions of dollars.
In a 2008 interview, Breillat said of Rocancourt: "He is so intelligent, so sincere, so arrogant. You have to be arrogant to achieve anything in this life. When I first saw him, I knew he would be perfect for my film." Breillat was, in fact, under the spell of Rocancourt at the time of that interview. Borrowing small sums at first, he would eventually swindle her out of nearly 700,000 euros, »
- Darren Hughes
The story centers on a young woman who seeks a fresh start by hiking 1,000 miles of the Pacific Coast Trail. Sadoski will play her ex-husband who cares for her despite her infidelities. [Source: THR]
The story follows a a married couple who get swept into a real estate bidding war when they put their Manhattan apartment on the market. Nixon will play Keaton’s niece who serves as her real estate broker. [Source: The Wrap]
- Garth Franklin
Charlotte Gainsbourg has been cast in Misunderstood.
The film will be Asia's third directorial outing, following the 2004 feature The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things.
Details of Misunderstood's plot remain under wraps. Gabriel Garko and Julia Salerno will also feature in the movie.
Horror legend Dario Argento (Suspira) returns this year to bring another icon of the genre back to the screen with the release of Argento's Dracula 3D, which has received a brand new trailer today. The latest interpretation of Bram Stoker's classic novel stars Thomas Kretschmann (Downfall) as Dracula, Marta Gastini (The Rite) as Mina Murray, Asia Argento (Land of the Dead) as Lucy Westenra, Unax Ugalde (Che) as Jonathan Harker and the one and only Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner) as Van Helsing.
Check out the new trailer after the official synopsis....
Horror master Dario Argento returns with a bloody, luridly creepy 3D version of the classic vampire tale, drenched in gore and sex. An unsuspecting Englishman arrives in Transylvania, lured by a job with a local nobleman. But the undead Count Dracula's real target is the man's innocent young wife. Featuring the iconic Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter »
- Gary Collinson
Are you ready for a new, bloodier take on “Dracula”? Well, get prepared for “Argento’s Dracula 3D,” which will be opening in select theaters starting Oct. 4. The film, distributed by IFC Midnight, is the classic story of Dracula reimagined through the eyes of horror master Dario Argento. The gory film was an official selection at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival and features iconic actor Rutger Hauer as vampire hunter Van Helsing. And yes, like the title states, it’s in 3D, so you’ll get even more bang for your buck. “Argento’s Dracula” stars Thomas Kretschmann, Asia Argento, Marta Castini, Rutger Hauer, Unax Ugalde and Miriam Giovanelli. Here’s the synopsis of [ Read More ]
The post Check Out Trailer and Poster for Argento’s Dracula 3D appeared first on Shockya.com. »
The director who brought us the classic horror thriller Suspiria, Dario Argento, has taken on the story of Dracula and has reimagined it for the big screen for the 500th time. The movie is called Argento's Dracula 3D, and it seems to have an old school Hammer horror feel to it. I like earlier work, but over the years his stuff just hasn't evolved. In fact, it just seems like it's been getting worse.
Argento's Dracula 3D "offers a bloody, luridly creepy 3D version of the classic vampire tale, drenched in gore and sex. An unsuspecting Englishman arrives in Transylvania, lured by a job with a local nobleman. But the undead Count Dracula's real target is the man's innocent young wife. Featuring the »
- Joey Paur
As a lover of old-school vampire films, especially the brilliant series from Hammer that extended from the 1950s-1970s, I look with interest and possibly a little trepidation to the release of Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D. We have the first trailer for you today, and there’s no doubt of at least one thing: it’s going to be campy.
Thomas Kretschmann and Rutger Hauer star in this version of the Count and his nemesis Van Helsing. The plot is as usual: young man heads to Transylvania to meet with a mysterious nobleman. Said nobleman has a thing for blood and pretty young women, ultimately going after the young man’s wife. Enter Van Helsing, who knows how to defeat legions of the undead. Asia Argento is on hand as an eager young lady who totally digs dudes with fangs.
The trailer trades on blood, sex and fangs, with »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
IFC Midnight has debuted the first trailer for "Argento's Dracula 3D," Italian writer-director Dario Argento's latest horror film. Starring Thomas Kretschmann, Asia Argento, Marta Castini, Unax Ugaide and Rutger Hauer, the blood and sex steeped adaptation of the timeless vampire tale follows Count Dracula (Kretschmann) as he endeavors to lure an unsuspecting Englishman's young wife into his clutch. Opening theatrically and on iTunes on the 4th of October, the trailer showcases a loosely-adapted, violence-propelled narrative adorned by a gothic aesthetic. Check out the full trailer below: »
- Ramzi De Coster
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