Argento's classic gets a refresh
Argento himself didn't like it, but The Cat O' Nine Tails still stands tall amongst its competitors as it finds its way onto Blu-ray.
One of Dario Argento's very best films comes to Blu Ray courtesy of Arrow.
Argento's debut masterpiece comes to Blu-ray courtesy of Arrow Videos. Does the release do justice to the highly influential giallo?
Art, violence, and general weirdness are the active ingredients in Argento's mid-nineties shocker, as Mark Lee discovers.
Argento's eclectic fusion of earlier styles makes for a bizarre though strangely watchable output on a high quality Arrow Films release.
Two renowned horror directors, two Poe yarns, Two Evil Eyes. Mark Lee reviews Arrow's release of the 1990 horror double-header.
Arrow release the greatest of all gialli on blu-ray. John reviews Argento's masterpiece
Mike Sutton looks at the Arrow Region Free Blu-Ray of Dario Argento's excellent horror film.
Mike Sutton updates Michael Mackenzie's review of Dario Argento's splendid thriller with a look at the recent Arrow 2-disc Region 0 release.
Mike Sutton looks at the new Cine-Excess DVD of Dario Argento's masterpiece.
Witches - girls having a fun time together or evil spell casting conspirators - you decide! John reviews Nouveaux's blu-ray of Suspiria...
Cult Labs begin their Masters of Giallo series with Argento's Nonhosonno with the great Max Von Sydow and uncut...
Dario Argento's landmark first film, <b>The Bird with the Crystal Plumage</b>, arrives on BD courtesy of Blue Underground. Michael Mackenzie cracks the case.
Michael Mackenzie reviews Blue Underground's recent release of Dario Argento's The Stendhal Syndrome, presented for this first time uncut in North America in this 2-disc special edition, courtesy of DVD Pacific.
Continuing the joint celebration of Halloween and the Italian theatrical release of The Third Mother, Michael Mackenzie reviews the recent Italian R2 release of Inferno, Dario Argento's third film in the Three Mothers trilogy.
To celebrate Halloween, and to coincide with the Italian theatrical release of Mother of Tears, Dario Argento's concluding part to the Three Mothers trilogy, Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the recent R2 Italian "Definitive Edition" of the first instalment, Suspiria, which comes in a nifty metal tin.
Michael Mackenzie has reviewed the recent R0 US Special Edition release of <i>The Bird With the Crystal Plumage</i>. Dario Argento's audacious and masterful directorial debut is presented as a lavish 2-disc set by Blue Underground, who provide a plentiful array of audio options and extras, although the image quality leaves a little to be desired.