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  • Deep Red Blu-Ray Deep Red Blu-Ray | Blu Ray | (02/05/2016) from £9.49  |  Saving you £10.50 (52.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WERE REALLY SCARED!!!? From Dario Argento, maestro of the macabre and the man behind some the greatest excursions in Italian horror (Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage), comes Deep Red arguably the ultimate giallo movie. One night, musician Marcus Daly (David Hemmings, Blow Up), looking up from the street below, witnesses the brutal axe murder of a woman in her apartment. Racing to the scene, Marcus just manages to miss the perpetrator or does he? As he takes on the role of amateur sleuth, Marcus finds himself ensnared in a bizarre web of murder and mystery where nothing is what it seems Aided by a throbbing score from regular Argento-collaborators Goblin, Deep Red (aka Profondo Rosso and The Hatchet Murders) is a hallucinatory fever dream of a giallo punctuated by some of the most astonishing set-pieces the sub-genre has to offer.

  • Dario Argento's Dracula [DVD] Dario Argento's Dracula | DVD | (29/09/2014) from £4.59  |  Saving you £8.40 (64.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Thomas Kretschmann and Rutger Hauer star in Dario Argento's take on the famous vampire story. When Tania (Asia Argento), a young woman, is attacked and killed by a mysterious dark shadow in the woods on her way home from meeting her lover, she emerges days later having been turned into a vampire. As she tries to seduce and bite anyone who gets in her way, vampire hunter Van Helsing (Hauer) traces her every move, plotting a way to kill her once and for all.

  • Giallo Giallo | DVD | (04/07/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A triple bill of stylish 'Giallo' thrillers from Italian maestro Dario Argento: The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (1970) The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971) and Phenomena (1984). The Bird With The Crystal Plumage : An American writer (Tony Musante - Toma TV series) travelling in Rome is the only witness to an attempted murder by a sinister man in a raincoat and black leather gloves though he is powerless to do anything to stop him. With a feeling that something is not quite right about the scene he has witnessed and the police's inability to make any progress he launches his own personal investigation - and nearly loses his life in the process. While this modern day Jack-the-Ripper type is slithering through the dark byways of Rome slicing up pretty girls director Dario Argento is carving up the emotions of terrified viewers. Dark deeds are mixed with black comedy worthy of Hitchcock in a film of almost unbearable tension and nail-biting suspense. Cat O'Nine Tales: The second movie directed by Dario Argento. With the screenplay by Dardano Sachetti and score by Ennio Morricone Cat O'Nine Tails is a haunting and suspensful thriller in the classic giallo tradition. The story begins when a blind puzzle maker (Karl Malden) overhears a conversation shortly before a robbery is committed at a genetics institute. When he teams up with a journalist (Franciscus) intent on solving the crime they uncover a trail off murders linked to the institute. Can they discover the murderer's identity before it is too late? Phenomena: Young Jennifer Corvino (Jennifer Connelly) is sent to study at an exclusive boarding school in Switzerland. A psychopathic killer is at large and has already murdered one of the academy's students. Jennifer sleepwalks and has a strange empathic relationship with insects. One day she befriends local entomologist Dr. McGregor (Donald Pleasance) who has been helping the police in their murder investigation with his knowledge of insects. McGregor encourages her to use her gift to track down the killer bu this places her in mortal danger...

  • Suspiria [DVD] [1976] Suspiria | DVD | (19/11/2012) from £7.19  |  Saving you £8.80 (55.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper) is an American ballet student travelling to Germany to study at an exclusive dance academy in the Black Forest. After one of the students and her friend are hideously murdered in the first of Argento's breath-catching set-piece killings Suzy discovers that the academy has a bizarre history and as the body count rises she gets involved in a hideous labyrinth of murder black magic and madness.

  • Suspiria (Blu-ray) [DVD] Suspiria (Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (19/11/2012) from £13.61  |  Saving you £8.38 (38.10%)  |  RRP £21.99

    Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper) is an American ballet student travelling to Germany to study at an exclusive dance academy in the Black Forest. After one of the students and her friend are hideously murdered in the first of Argento's breath-catching set-piece killings Suzy discovers that the academy has a bizarre history and as the body count rises she gets involved in a hideous labyrinth of murder black magic and madness.

  • Four Flies On Grey Velvet [DVD] Four Flies On Grey Velvet | DVD | (30/01/2012) from £9.73  |  Saving you £6.26 (39.10%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The story involves a rock drummer who accidentally kills a man and is drawn into a web of murder by a masked assassin who appears to have a vendetta against him.

  • The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Limited Edition [Blu-ray + DVD] The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Limited Edition | Blu Ray | (19/06/2017) from £27.45  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In 1970, young first-time director Dario Argento (Deep Red, Suspiria) made his indelible mark on Italian cinema with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage a film which redefined the ?giallo' genre of murder-mystery thrillers and catapulted him to international stardom. Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante, We Own the Night), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorising Rome, he launches his own investigation parallel to that of the police, heedless of the danger to both himself and his girlfriend Giulia (Suzy Kendall, Spasmo) A staggeringly assured debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage establishes the key traits that would define Argento's filmography, including lavish visuals and a flare for wildly inventive, brutal scenes of violence. With sumptuous cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now) and a seductive score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in the West), this landmark film has never looked or sounded better in this new, 4K-restored limited edition from Arrow Video! LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS: Brand new 4K restoration of the film from the camera negative in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, produced by Arrow Video exclusively for this release High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations Original mono Italian and English soundtracks (lossless on the Blu-ray Disc) English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack New audio commentary by Troy Howarth, author of So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films The Power of Perception, a new visual essay on the cinema of Dario Argento by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, author of Devil's Advocates: Suspiria and Rape-Revenge Films: A Critical Study New analysis of the film by critic Kat Ellinger New interview with writer/director Dario Argento New interview with actor Gildo Di Marco (Garullo the pimp) Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Candice Tripp Double-sided fold-out poster featuring 6 Lobby Card reproductions Limited edition 60-page booklet illustrated by Matthew Griffin, featuring an appreciation of the film by Michael Mackenzie, and new writing by Howard Hughes and Jack Seabrook

  • Tenebrae [Blu-ray] Tenebrae | Blu Ray | (24/07/2017) from £9.45  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Terror Beyond Belief! A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s, courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray. A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal, in Rome to promote his latest work, Tenebre. But the author isn t the obsessive killer s only target, the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one, they fall victim to the murderer s slashing blade... Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento, Italy s master of horror.

  • Phenomena Limited Edition [Blu-ray] Phenomena Limited Edition | Blu Ray | (08/05/2017) from £34.35  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Italian horror maestro Dario Argento made his name by turning homicide into modern art with a cinematic flourish, but with Phenomena he takes his stylish mayhem in new directions. The film opens with the dreamy grace of a fairy tale: a young girl wandering the green meadows of Switzerland and discovering a gingerbread house, wherein lives a monster more modern than mythic, a psychopathic maniac who plunges the picture into a lush nightmare. Jennifer (Jennifer Connelly in her first starring role), a gifted young girl at a Swiss school, has a psychic link to the insect world and develops a connection with the killer through midnight sleepwalks. With the help of a lonely, wheelchair-bound entomologist (genre stalwart Donald Pleasence, who inflects his sonorous tenor with a gentle Scottish burr) she turns telekinetic detective, which only draws her closer to the killer's lair. The densely plotted story becomes muddled at times (this is the busiest film in Argento's oeuvre) but the lyrical cinematography and gorgeous nocturnal imagery--dreamy sleepwalks, nightmarish murders, hideous horrors that emerge in the dark of night--take on a poetic elegance not seen in his previous work, providing the tale with a kind of dream logic. This is a slasher film reborn as an exquisitely grim fantasy: Jennifer in Argentoland. --Sean Axmaker

  • Four Flies On Grey Velvet [Blu-ray] Four Flies On Grey Velvet | Blu Ray | (30/01/2012) from £13.36  |  Saving you £11.63 (46.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The story involves a rock drummer who accidentally kills a man and is drawn into a web of murder by a masked assassin who appears to have a vendetta against him.The first ever Blu-ray release of this cult giallo from Italy's Master of the Macabre, Dario Argento.

  • The Bird Of Crystal Plumage [1971] The Bird Of Crystal Plumage | DVD | (27/01/2001) from £7.49  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £17.99

    An American writer (Tony Musante - Toma TV series) traveling in Rome is the only witness to an attempted murder by a sinister figure in a raincoat and black leather gloves though he is powerless to do anything to stop them. With a feeling that something is not quite right about the scene he has witnessed and the police's inability to make any progress he launches his own personal investigation - and nearly loses his life in the process. While this modern day Jack-the-Ripper type is slithering through the dark byways of Rome slicing up pretty girls director Dario Argento is carving up the emotions of terrified viewers. Dark deeds are mixed with black comedy worthy of Hitchcock in a film of almost unbearable tension and nail-biting suspense.

  • Profondo Rosso [1975] Profondo Rosso | DVD | (07/02/2005) from £4.25  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £15.99

    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 25 years! Widely considered by both fans and critics alike to be Dario Argento's true masterpiece.

  • The Mother Of Tears [2007] The Mother Of Tears | DVD | (21/04/2008) from £6.29  |  Saving you £11.70 (65.00%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Mother Of Tears is the finale to the saga that began with the international blockbuster Suspiria and continued with the classic Inferno from Italian horror maestro Dario Argento. In the heart of modern Rome an urn is found and brought to a young archeologist Sarah Mandy. But what Sarah doesn't know is that the urn belongs to the world's most powerful witch the Mother of Tears. She unwittingly unleashes a demonic power intent on destroying the city and everything in its path. When the Mother's minions and henchman brutally murder Sarah's co-worker and come after her she takes refuge with an old priest and discovers her legacy - that her own mother was murdered years before by the Mother of Tears and that only Sarah has the power to end the destruction. She must find and stop the Mother before it is too late.

  • Tenebrae [Blu-ray] Tenebrae | Blu Ray | (19/01/2015) from £12.25  |  Saving you £7.74 (38.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Terror Beyond Belief! A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray. A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal in Rome to promote his latest work Tenebre. But the author isn’t the obsessive killer’s only target the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one they fall victim to the murderer’s slashing blade… Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento Italy’s master of horror. Bonus Features: Newly remastered High Definition digital transfer of the film Presented in High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD Optional original English & Italian Mono Audio tracks (uncompressed PCM Mono 2.0 Audio on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for Italian audio and English SDH subtitles for English audio for the deaf and hard of hearing Audio Commentary with authors and critics Kim Newman and Alan Jones Audio Commentary with Argento expert Thomas Rostock Introduction by star Daria Nicolodi The Unsane World of Tenebrae: An interview with director Dario Argento Screaming Queen! Daria Nicolodi remembers Tenebrae A Composition for Carnage: Composer Claudio Simonetti on Tenebrae Goblin: ‘Tenebrae’ and ‘Phenomena’ Live from the Glasgow Arches Brand new interview with Maitland McDonagh author of Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds: The Dark Dreams of Dario Argento Original Trailer Reversible Sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx Exclusive collector’s booklet featuring writing on the film by Alan Jones author of Profondo Argento an interview with cinematographer Luciano Tovoli and an appreciation of the film by director Peter Strickland illustrated with original posters and lobby cards

  • Box Of The Banned 2 Box Of The Banned 2 | DVD | (13/03/2006) from £20.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £24.99

    A second volume of nasties that were at one time banned in the UK. Even more depraved and even more corrupt! Tenebrae (Dir. Dario Argento 1982): Shortly after American mystery-thriller novelist Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) arrives in Rome to promote his new book (the Tenebrae of the title) an attractive young woman is murdered by a razor-wielding maniac who stuffs pages of Neal's latest novel into the mouth of his victim before slashing her throat. So begins a biza

  • Deep Red [4k Remaster] [Blu-Ray + Soundtrack CD] Deep Red | Blu Ray | (25/01/2016) from £21.89  |  Saving you £3.10 (12.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WERE REALLY SCARED!!!? From Dario Argento, maestro of the macabre and the man behind some the greatest excursions in Italian horror (Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage), comes Deep Red arguably the ultimate giallo movie. One night, musician Marcus Daly (David Hemmings, Blow Up), looking up from the street below, witnesses the brutal axe murder of a woman in her apartment. Racing to the scene, Marcus just manages to miss the perpetrator or does he? As he takes on the role of amateur sleuth, Marcus finds himself ensnared in a bizarre web of murder and mystery where nothing is what it seems Aided by a throbbing score from regular Argento-collaborators Goblin, Deep Red (aka Profondo Rosso and The Hatchet Murders) is a hallucinatory fever dream of a giallo punctuated by some of the most astonishing set-pieces the sub-genre has to offer.

  • Phenomena [1986] Phenomena | DVD | (06/11/2006) from £5.25  |  Saving you £-5.00 (-38.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Italian horror maestro Dario Argento made his name by turning homicide into modern art with a cinematic flourish, but with Phenomena he takes his stylish mayhem in new directions. The film opens with the dreamy grace of a fairy tale: a young girl wandering the green meadows of Switzerland and discovering a gingerbread house, wherein lives a monster more modern than mythic, a psychopathic maniac who plunges the picture into a lush nightmare. Jennifer (Jennifer Connelly in her first starring role), a gifted young girl at a Swiss school, has a psychic link to the insect world and develops a connection with the killer through midnight sleepwalks. With the help of a lonely, wheelchair-bound entomologist (genre stalwart Donald Pleasence, who inflects his sonorous tenor with a gentle Scottish burr) she turns telekinetic detective, which only draws her closer to the killer's lair. The densely plotted story becomes muddled at times (this is the busiest film in Argento's oeuvre) but the lyrical cinematography and gorgeous nocturnal imagery--dreamy sleepwalks, nightmarish murders, hideous horrors that emerge in the dark of night--take on a poetic elegance not seen in his previous work, providing the tale with a kind of dream logic. This is a slasher film reborn as an exquisitely grim fantasy: Jennifer in Argentoland. --Sean Axmaker

  • Suspiria [1976] Suspiria | DVD | (28/10/2002) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Outside of devoted cult audiences, many Americans have yet to discover the extremely stylish, relentlessly terrifying Italian horror genre, or the films of its talented virtuoso, Dario Argento. Suspiria, part one of a still-uncompleted trilogy (the luminously empty Inferno was the second), is considered his masterpiece by Argento devotees but also doubles as a perfect starting point for those unfamiliar with the director or his genre. The convoluted plot follows an American dancer (Jessica Harper) from her arrival at a European ballet school to her discovery that it's actually a witches coven; but, really, don't worry about that too much. Argento makes narrative subservient to technique, preferring instead to assault the senses and nervous system with mood, atmosphere, illusory gore, garish set production, a menacing camera, and perhaps the creepiest score ever created for a movie. It's essentially a series of effectively unsettling set pieces--a raging storm that Harper should have taken for an omen, and a blind man attacked by his own dog are just two examples--strung together on a skeleton structure. But once you've seen it, you'll never forget it. --Dave McCoy

  • Giallo [DVD] Giallo | DVD | (11/07/2011) from £5.49  |  Saving you £10.50 (65.70%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In Italy a woman fears her sister may have been kidnapped. Inspector Enzo Avolfi fears it's worse. They team up to rescue her from a sadistic killer known only as Yellow.

  • Phenomena [DVD] Phenomena | DVD | (24/10/2016) from £6.98  |  Saving you £6.01 (46.30%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Italian horror maestro Dario Argento made his name by turning homicide into modern art with a cinematic flourish, but with Phenomena he takes his stylish mayhem in new directions. The film opens with the dreamy grace of a fairy tale: a young girl wandering the green meadows of Switzerland and discovering a gingerbread house, wherein lives a monster more modern than mythic, a psychopathic maniac who plunges the picture into a lush nightmare. Jennifer (Jennifer Connelly in her first starring role), a gifted young girl at a Swiss school, has a psychic link to the insect world and develops a connection with the killer through midnight sleepwalks. With the help of a lonely, wheelchair-bound entomologist (genre stalwart Donald Pleasence, who inflects his sonorous tenor with a gentle Scottish burr) she turns telekinetic detective, which only draws her closer to the killer's lair. The densely plotted story becomes muddled at times (this is the busiest film in Argento's oeuvre) but the lyrical cinematography and gorgeous nocturnal imagery--dreamy sleepwalks, nightmarish murders, hideous horrors that emerge in the dark of night--take on a poetic elegance not seen in his previous work, providing the tale with a kind of dream logic. This is a slasher film reborn as an exquisitely grim fantasy: Jennifer in Argentoland. --Sean Axmaker

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