Tags : Dario Argento

Phenomena (1985) Review

There is no doubting Dario Argento is a master of horror with classics like Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Tenebre all hailed by film experts, filmmakers and fans alike as true genre masterpieces but what is it about his movies that really gets under our skin and stays there?Read More

Abertoir Horror Festival 2017: Part 4: Cats, Canaries, Crows and

Abertoir would not feel right without a Vincent Price film amongst the line-up! He is of course the festival’s official patron saint, as appointed by his daughter Victoria who attended the festival in 2011 and 2015, respectively. Team Abertoir selected a film that proved vital to 2017’s giallo theme, Roger Corman’s Tales of Terror.Read More


The golden era of Italian horror dates from the early 60’s to the mid 80’s. During that time directors such as Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Antonio Margheriti, Umberto Lenzi, Joe D’Amato, and Enzo. G. Castellari directed some of the most outrageous terror films ever. As well as depicting some of the most stylish […]Read More

Bloodstained Butterfly (1971) Review

As I have mentioned before in other reviews the Italian Giallo genre is an interesting one being as that although it appears to have only been massively popular for a short period and predominantly in one country its influences are still felt right up to this day in many mainstream visual mediums.Read More