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Dylan Dog: Il trillo del diavolo (2012)

"My name is Dylan Dog, I'm a nightmare inquiring, but lately I'm a failed ..." so begins the new adventure of the beloved Old Boy, now exhausted and tormented by strange nightmares for ... See full summary »

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Roberto D'Antona
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Roberto D'Antona ... Dylan Dog
Francesco Emulo ... Groucho
Michele Friuli Michele Friuli ... Xabaras
Barbara De Florio Barbara De Florio ... Spring
Ciro De Angelis Ciro De Angelis ... Ispettore Bloch
Angelo Boccuni Angelo Boccuni ... Padre Dylan
Francesco Santagada Francesco Santagada ... Blitz
Giovanni Navolio Giovanni Navolio ... Lucifero
Federica Gomma Federica Gomma ... Sandra
Biagio Sampietro Biagio Sampietro ... Gnut
Tiziana Di Napoli Tiziana Di Napoli ... Mira
Michele Marzulli Michele Marzulli ... Morte / Pinguino Veneziano #1
Simon Angelone Simon Angelone ... Pinguino Veneziano #2
Valentina Pignatale Valentina Pignatale ... Beatrix
Stefania Attanasio Stefania Attanasio ... Madre Dylan
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"My name is Dylan Dog, I'm a nightmare inquiring, but lately I'm a failed ..." so begins the new adventure of the beloved Old Boy, now exhausted and tormented by strange nightmares for several nights hiding something truly terrifying pushing him to depression. A terrifying adventure awaits our Dylan, an adventure that will haunt his mind through his sleep remembering the steps of the "Divine Comedy" opera. In the company of Mr. Dog, there will be his loyal assistant Groucho, the old Inspector Bloch and many others. Some will help him, others will want to kill him. Written by Anonymous

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The only island out in the ocean!
30 October 2014 | by turhankaradenizSee all my reviews

This is the best thing out there on Dylan Dog, other than the Cemetery Man, which is not even about Dylan Dog. As a fan made film, it's definitely beyond expectations. More than OK acting, good soundtrack, special effects that get the job done, mediocre sound effects and a definitely good script and story.

My rating is 9/10 due to the simple fact that this is the only island in the ocean. If there were more films like Cemetery Man, I would have rated it a 7 or 8, however Roberto D'Antona and Co. have created something unique that deserve more coverage.

I'll definitely keep an eye on Roberto D'Antona's new projects. I'm sure he will create better work while hopefully keeping his newcomer's enthusiasm.


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Italy

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Italian

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24 June 2012 (Italy) See more »

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