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Wow, what a dull and dragging movie, even by 1977 standards. Yes, the directing was moderately stylish and the camera work was good for 1977, but bright colors don't equal... Read morePublished 28 days ago by David M. Syndergaard
Of Dario Argento, I learned many movies he made or collaborated on. "Once upon a Time in the West", "Suspiria", "Phenomena", and the video game "Dead... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Omnes
Classic Argento I watch it once every couple of years. I recommend this.Published 2 months ago by Mike
This is simply a great classic horror film. The soundtrack is fun, too. Definitely one of those movies you can watch again and again. It's on my Halloween watch list every year.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A quite decent but overrated example of its genre! It is, nonetheless, worth watching on a cold cloudy night!Published 2 months ago by Danny Kwabena
The first time we watched this was about 35 years ago,when we thought it was the most scariest film we ever saw. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Catherine C.
Classic Italian horror from the legend Dario Argento. At its core a truly twisted fairy tale.Published 3 months ago by timothy
Brilliant transfer and great bonus materials make this a must for Argento fans. The best version out there as far as I can tell.Published 4 months ago by Mat Q.
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|Should I buy the 2-disc or the 3-disc?||
The Anchor Bay 3-Disc (which is now out-of-print) contained all of the bonus features presented here in the new Blue Underground 2 Disc version, plus a CD featuring the soundtrack. The soundtrack alone is worth tracking down the 3-Disc version (featuring some of the creepiest horror music I've... Read More
Jun 16, 2008 by rabidgoatboy | See all 3 posts
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Dec 8, 2010 by DangitMeng JCC | See all 7 posts
A little late, but the Anchor Bay disc does not have subtitles, but it does offer closed captioning.
May 18, 2011 by Tommy D. Strong | See all 3 posts