Occhiali Neri has been hailed as Argento’s great comeback movie – but is it too little, too late from a director whose artistic visions seem long exhausted?
Looking back at the much-loved British horror film director and his remarkable body of work.
The mad folly of the psychedelic, spectoramic, Futursound-enhanced 1977 Italian version of the Japanese monster movie classic.
Maria Der’s wonderfully deranged visions from the tobacco cured VHS parlours of yesteryear allow us a peak and a prod at the underbelly of many beloved Hollywood favourites.
the most beloved of horror films has never felt more timely – but it remains a film that signals its misanthropy rather too loudly for its own good.
Floria Sigismondi’s new Gucci commercial mixes pretension, art and witchcraft to pleasing effect.
Remembering the great cult movie star who died yesterday.
The artistic beginning of the end for Dario Argento.
A curious tale of Europe’s most notorious maverick filmmaker and his enthusiasm for Britain’s biggest metal band.
Classic press ad-mats from the golden age of cult cinema.
The iconic and outrageous illustrations of Italy’s most recognisable movie poster artist.