Piercing may have style and an effective lead performance, but...
Klaus Kinski smiles on a murderer.
This Argento doesn't quite "out-Psycho" Psycho.
Kill all the duck you want but never torture a duckling.
Sergio Martino's rarely seen giallo / poliziotteschi hybrid gets a great Blu-ray release from Arrow Video
Argento's The Bird With The Crystal Plumage 4k restoration released in June
The kids definitely aren't alright in Arrow Video's latest Giallo offering
88 Films releases on blu-ray a late, and fairly unknown, entry to the Giallo genre
A great 1970s horror film gets a decent DVD release.
Episode 06 of the Horrorthon moves us into the gory era of the Italian Giallo and the Slasher. Cue the creepy synth music!
Toby Jones stars in Peter Strickland's hymn to the art of sound and alienation. John reviews the UK blu-ray...
Shameless release an impressive presentation of Argento's unusual and rarely seen giallo.
Dario Argento’s lost third film comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray at the end of January courtesy of Shameless...
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.
Guillem Morales proves that horror can be stylish, shocking, and...er, Spanish, in the high quality Julia's Eyes.
Dario Argento’s 70s Giallo classic joins the Arrow Video line-up in late September...
One of Dario Argento's very best films comes to Blu Ray courtesy of Arrow.
The latest from the Guillermo del Toro school of Spanish horror confronts the ultimate fear of the dark - blindness.