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Dario Argento's Thrilling Masterpiece Now Available in the Uncensored English Version! An English jazz pianist living in Rome witnesses the brutal hatchet murder of a renowned psychic and is quickly drawn into the savage crime. With the help of a tenacious female reporter, the pair track a twisted trail of deranged clues and relentless violence towards a shocking climax that has ripped screams from the throats of audiences for more than 35 years! DEEP RED stars David Hemmings (GLADIATOR, BLOW-UP) and Daria Nicolodi (PHENOMENA, SHOCK), and is widely considered by both fans and critics alike to be Dario Argento's true masterpiece. Now this classic shocker has been newly transferred in stunning High Definition from its original camera negative, and is presented here in the Uncensored English Version for the first time ever!
Interviews with Co-Writer/Director Dario Argento, Co-Writer Bernardino Zapponi and Goblin (Claudio Simonetti, Massimo Morante, Fabio Pignatelli & Agostino Marangolo)
Goblin Music Video - "Profondo Rosso" (2010)
Daemonia Music Video - "Profondo Rosso" (Directed by Sergio Stivaletti)
"A Bona Fide Classic... The Final Word In Stylish Murder Mysteries!" -- Mondo Digital<br \><br \>"A Giallo Masterpiece! DEEP RED Has Very Few Equals In The Realm Of Suspense And Style!" -- HorrorDigital<br \><br \>"A Stunning Thriller! A Film That Sits In Your Mind Long After It's Over!" -- BBC
"A Tour-De-Force Thriller! A Stunning Journey Through A Shadow Labyrinth Of Repressed Memories And Madness!" -- Eccentric Cinema
"There Is No Better Italian Thriller, Giallo, Detective, Horror, Or Slasher Style Film Than DEEP RED!" -- DVD Verdict
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Can see how he influenced later horror film directors. One of my favorites of this genre.💀
Let's see, "Deep Red" was originally released in 1975 but then I've also seen January 1980. Would 1980 be the U.S. release date? I don't know. "Suspiria" was released January 1977. "Deep Red" seems to be like the older, more mature picture. The release dates confused me because I couldn't believe "Deep Red" came after "Suspiria".
Regarding the lost English dialogue: The subtitles and switch back + forth didn't really bother me. What was more shocking was the great change in the voices. In some ways, the Italian voices seemed more natural -- it depends on the characters. For example, there is a police detective that eats a sandwich, talks, and laughs simultaneously and that voice is better and quite humorous compared to his English-dubbed voice. I have not listened to the straight-Italian version yet. Some of the voice changes seem seamless. It shouldn't affect your enjoyment of the movie.
Most likely, I will listen to Italian dialogue after I've viewed the DVD a few more times with the English/Italian soundtrack.
I was pleased to see Daria Nicolodi acting. My first exposure to her was in the 25-year-anniversary special for "Suspiria". Of course, she is 25 years older in that special.
This DVD has some great music again by Goblin but it is different, possibly to keep with a jazz theme. Some louder portions <of music> and screams have distortion.
If you are an Argento fan, you must add this one to your collection. Now I am craving additional Argento movies on DVD.
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