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A British writer and an Italian journalist link slayings to a mad piano player and his mother in Rome.
"A STUNNING THRILLER!" -- BBC
"There Is No Better Italian Thriller, Giallo, Detective, Horror, Or Slasher Style Film Than DEEP RED!" -- DVD Verdict
- Interviews with Co-Writer/Director Dario Argento, Co-Writer Bernardino Zapponi and Goblin (Claudio Simonetti, Massimo Morante, Fabio Pignatelli & Agostino Marangolo)
- Italian Theatrical Trailer
- U.S. Theatrical Trailer
- Talent Bios
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but i like both Italian and American horror
you can tell in the killing scenes in Dario's films that he likes to do close up shots of the Kills
so you can understand how Italian horror is more Graphic than American Horror
but unfortunately the story/screenplay in His films are weak thou
but that's Italian horror, the killing scenes are very Graphic, but the story/screenplay of his films can be weak
and Deep red is no exception, the Acting is Good-very Good but the screenplay is 50% weak 50% strong
the original Anchor bay release only had the Italian Directors cut version that runs for 126mins UNRATED
i have the Anchor bay release, i bought it years ago before this blu-ray was released
the film is very frustrating to watch cause some scenes are in English and some are in Italian with English subtitles
so the language barrier switches back and forth during the film which is very frustrating to the point
i coudn't watch it all the way through cause it was annoying with the language barrier
English subtitles are tolerable you can either put up with it and try watching the whole film or don't bother watching it.
this Blu-ray release by Blue underground is much better than the Anchor bay release
cause for the first time ever the entire English version is released now to the public on Blu-ray
both the NOT RATED English version and the Italian Directors cut are both on 1 Blu-ray Disc for the first time ever
the English version is about 105mins long, some of the Italian actors have been dubbed in English really well
to the point that i can't really tell.
the Italian version is 126mins long
the blu-ray cover art has chapter selections for both versions
the Italian version is about 23 chapters and the English version is about 19 chapters
so there are some scenes missing from the English version that are only in the Italian version
check the chapter selection and compare yourself
the Italian version has English subtitles anyway so watch the Italian version if you're a mad fan
otherwise the English version is fine with me
i have watched some scenes from both and both versions have been given full HD transfers
in a brand new 7.1 surround sound so you're definitely getting the best of both versions.
there are no new extras at all, you get the same extras as from the Anchor bay release
10mins interview with Dario argento and some other crew, it's the same featurette from the Anchor bay release
so nothing new there
but you get both versions on 1 blu-ray Disc with all new HD transfers
the English version is only available on this blu-ray along with the Italian version
so better off buying this blu-ray version and scrapping the old Anchor bay release
definitely time for an upgrade and get the new blu-ray version.
definitely worth the money for sure.
Psychic Helga Ulmann (Macha Meril) feels too much too often and gains the unwanted attention of a killer who realizes she knows too much and must be eliminated. Jazz pianist/teacher Marcus Daly (David Hemmings), out for a stroll, witnesses the murder of the psychic and immediately tampers with the murder scene. Naturally, the police are suspicious of his actions and grill him for four hours. Against better judgment and logic, Daly decides to investigate the murder on his own. Regrettably, he is soon saddled with a nosy sidekick, reporter Gianna Brezzi (Daria Nicolodi), who just wants to help. The more Daly digs the more he learns and every time he learns something, he inadvertently prompts more brutal murders.......all leading inexorably to a blood-soaked showdown with the killer.
Love this movie. It is incredibly stylish, with a bold use of color and sweeping camerawork. The story is well thought out. The murders are fabulously gruesome.
(This review is for the 126 minute uncut and uncensored version of the film.)