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Dario Argento’s “Tenebrae” Arriving On Blu-ray & DVD This September

14 July 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Horror News | See recent Horror News news »

Synpase Films – September 2016 New Releases Tenebrae Blu-ray Label: Synapse Films Prebook: 08/09/2016 Street: 09/13/2016 Srp: $34.95 Upc: 654930318898 Cat: SFD0165 Color 101 minutes In English or Italian with English subtitles Widescreen 1.85:1 DTS-hd Ma 2.0 Stereo Region A Production year: 1982 Horror Not Rated Director: Dario Argento Cast: Anthony Franciosa, John Saxon, Daria

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Synapse Films Bringing Dario Argento’s Tenebrae to DVD and Blu-ray

29 June 2016 9:30 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Earlier this year Synapse Films released a Steelbook Blu-ray/DVD of Dario Argento’s 1982 Giallo flick Tenebrae, but it was a limited edition affair that many fans missed out on. If you’re one of those fans, have no fear because they’re… Continue Reading →

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Synapse Films to Release Single-Disc Blu-ray / DVD of Dario Argento’s Tenebrae

28 June 2016 1:13 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

If you missed out on their three-disc, limited edition Steelbook release of Tenebrae back in February, then you're in luck, because Synapse Films has announced a September 13th single-disc Blu-ray / DVD release of the 1982 Dario Argento film, complete with many of the special features included on the Steelbook:

Press Release: Synapse Films Announces The Single-disc Release Of Tenebrae, Dario Argento’S Giallo Masterpiece, On Blu-ray And DVD September 13th

Italian terror master Dario Argento elevates the Giallo genre to new heights with 1982’s Tenebrae, a darkly humorous, futuristic and notoriously grisly horror film many consider to be one of his finest works.

American mystery author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) comes to Italy to promote his newest novel, Tenebrae. Unfortunately, a razor-wielding serial killer is on the loose, taunting Neal and murdering those around him in gruesome fashion just like the character in his novel. As the mystery surrounding the killings spirals out of control, »

- Derek Anderson

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Botelho on De Palma: My Favorite Set Pieces

27 June 2016 5:15 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

*Editor’s note – Our good bud, Derek Botelho (author of the Great book, The Argento Syndrome) is a big De Palma fan and really, aren’t we all? The guy has such a great filmography and Botelho thought he’d provide you fright fanatics with some of his favorite De Palma moments! –Jerry

With the recent release of the documentary De Palma by Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, I got to thinking about why I admire De Palma’s work as much as I do. His technique is so singular and instantly recognizable, that to merely pass him off as a tin pot Hitchcock is doing both himself and Hitchcock a severe disservice. Whether it’s a ridiculously intricate spit screen, a rear projected psychic “flashback”, or a glorious whirling dervish around a room to tell you vital information, he’s always up to something, and never one to give »

- Derek Botelho

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Daily | The Code, Pickford, Rivette

25 April 2016 1:23 PM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Pre-Code Hollywood may have been a "giddy period" for the movies, but David Denby argues that women fared better once the Code was instated. Also in today's roundup: A primer in Mary Pickford, an essay on Jacques Rivette's Out 1, a recollection of Stanley Kubrick and The Shining, Dario Argento's Deep Red and Tenebrae on Blu-ray, Tacita Dean and Ben Russell in Los Angeles, early word on a new film from Aki Kaurismäki, a documentary on Ingmar Bergman, a collaboration between Joaquin Phoenix and Jacques Audiard, the Cannes jury, the cast list for the Twin Peaks revival—and more. » - David Hudson »

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Blu-ray Review: Tenebrae Limited Edition Steelbook

13 April 2016 2:07 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

I’ll be honest and admit that it takes a lot to get me to drop 40 dollars on a single title release, but the recent limited edition Steelbook of Dario Argento’s slasher masterpiece Tenebrae was something that I just could not pass up. I’ve had a longtime fascination with the movie, so when Synapse Films announced they’d be putting out a definitive edition of Tenebrae, there’s no way I could resist. Thankfully, Synapse Films does the movie justice with an edition packed to the brim with a ton of extras, a CD featuring a remastered version of the soundtrack, an informative booklet, and stunning artwork to boot. This is also the best I’ve seen Tenebrae look, with the Synapse restoration giving Argento’s film new life and keeping his vivid blood-soaked vision purely intact.

Tenebrae follows American mystery writer Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) to Italy »

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Bluray Review: What Have You Done To Solange?

25 March 2016 3:23 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

As the then brand-new format of the Digital Versatile Disc began making it presence quite apparent in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, hundreds upon hundreds of horror films that had either been forgotten or banished into obscurity suddenly began to resurface and slowly obtain a devoted audience. Everything from lesser-known slashers and overlooked art-house fare to catalogs full of lushly photographed pieces all coming out of the seventies and eighties  were either finding their first ever releases on the format or being re-released in limited special editions.  Distributors like early forerunners Anchor Bay were taking it upon themselves to locate and dig out these movies, give them glorious restorations and special features and release them to the buying public, delighting horror connoisseurs across the world. What resulted was an overwhelmingly renewed interest in and unexpected demands for films of that era, in particular the giallo that all began in »

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Daria Nicolodi, Unsung Hero of Italian Horror

23 March 2016 1:53 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

For as much criticism as the horror genre receives for being sexist and misogynistic, it has a long history of strong characters and iconic performances from women, whether it’s Elsa Lanchester in The Bride of Frankenstein, Heather Langenkamp in A Nightmare on Elm Street, Janet Leigh in Psycho, or Sharni Vinson in You’re Next. In the late 1970s and ’80s, actresses who stood out within the genre were dubbed “Scream Queens.” But that title doesn’t do justice to Daria Nicolodi, frequent collaborator of Dario Argento and a titan of Italian horror. That’s because Daria Nicolodi is no Scream Queen. Daria Nicolodi is a goddamn goddess.

A too often unsung hero of genre cinema, Daria Nicolodi helped shape the face of Italian horror both in front of and behind the camera. The story goes that Florence-born Nicolodi was so taken with Argento’s first film, The Bird With the Crystal Plumage, »

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PhobiaFest 2016: Final Details on Guests and Screenings

9 March 2016 6:05 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Starting this weekend on March 12th, PhobiaFest is coming to the city of Troy—no, not that one—Troy, Michigan! The event will feature over 20 rare film screenings, several fright-filled events, and special guests like Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn) and many more.

Press Release: Metro Detroit will face its fears this weekend March 12 & 13th as Phobiafest invades the city of Troy. Jam packed with over two dozen rare or never before seen film screenings, 25 exhibitors and a dozen fear based events, PhobiaFest promises something for all your fears.

In the screening room Dario Argento’s razor wielding Tenebre plays with never before seen footage. Followed by the world premiere documentary Yellowcard on the making of Argento’s masterpiece. In addition 4 trailers will world premiere over the weekend starting with the Monster Show cable series with star Wolfman Mac on hand. Meg Foster (star of John Carpenter’s They Live »

- Tamika Jones

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Synapse to Release Dario Argento’s Tenebrae on Limited Edition Blu-ray

27 January 2016 9:27 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Dario Argento fans will want to circle February 23rd on their calendars, as Synapse Films has announced a three-disc Blu-ray / DVD limited edition steelbook release of 1982's Tenebrae:

Press Release: Dario Argento’S Giallo Masterpiece Finally Comes To U.S. Blu-ray On February 23rd From Synapse Films

A 3-disc (Blu-ray, DVD & CD) Limited Steelbook™ Edition Of Dario Argento’S Horror Classic! Only 3000 Units Produced!

Italian terror master Dario Argento elevates the Giallo genre to new heights with 1982’s Tenebrae, a darkly humorous, futuristic and notoriously grisly horror film many consider to be one of his finest works.

American mystery author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) comes to Italy to promote his newest novel, Tenebrae.  Unfortunately, a razor-wielding serial killer is on the loose, taunting Neal and murdering those around him in gruesome fashion just like the character in his novel. As the mystery surrounding the killings spirals out of control, »

- Derek Anderson

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Blu-ray Review – Deep Red (1975)

25 January 2016 2:08 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Deep Red, 1975.

Directed by Dario Argento.

Starring David Hemmings, Daria Nicolodi, Gabriele Lavia, Macha Méril, and Clara Calamai.

Synopsis:

After a psychic is murdered a witness teams up with a reporter to catch the killer.

For anybody already versed in the works of Italian filmmaker Dario Argento then Arrow Video releasing a 4K restoration of his 1975 masterwork Deep Red (a.k.a. Profondo Rosso) will be one of the most welcome releases of the year. To those who have only seen Argento’s more recent output – such as the unintentionally hilarious Giallo or the godawful Dracula 3D – and aren’t quite up on why the director is held in such high regard by genre fans and critics alike then this lavish package of what is perhaps his most revered film (this or Suspiria – it’s a tough one to call, although Tenebrae is this writer’s personal favourite) is a »

- Amie Cranswick

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Drive-In Dust Offs: Stage Fright

23 January 2016 12:15 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The late ‘80s signaled the end of my first golden age of horror. Which is to say two things: adulthood beckoned, and horror films – especially slashers - were running low on inspiration (remember the early ‘90s wasteland? Brr.). However, looking across the waters, some veteran Italian filmmakers weren’t throwing in the towel yet. Michele Soavi’s Stage Fright (1987) stands apart from the crowd because it proved that not only was the beaten and flogged sub-genre alive, it was still capable of surprising fans with enough fresh blood pumping through its weary veins to make you sit up and notice. Just when you thought you couldn’t survive another hack ‘em up, Stage Fright made you a believer again.

Stage Fright, Aka StageFright: Aquarius, Deliria, and Bloody Bird, whatever you’d like to call it – is a triumphant call back to a half decade earlier when slashers were full of kinetic energy, »

- Scott Drebit

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