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Suspiria Becoming TV Series, Dario Argento Supervising


Dario Argento’s classic supernatural thriller Suspiria is becoming a TV series with Argento himself acting as “artistic supervisor.” The show will be entitled Suspiria De Profundis and is inspired by the 19th century English writer Thomas De Quincey’s book, which inspired Argento’s 1977 Italian horror film. Suspiria De Profundis will be an English-language period horror

Dario Argento and Iggy Pop Working Together on The Sandman

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Dario Argento, one of my favorite horror directors of all time, is working on his next film, “The Sandman,” which will star Iggy Pop as The Sandman. The film will be presented to distributors at the upcoming Frontières International Co-Production Market at the Fantasia film festival in July. David Tully (Djinn) wrote “The Sandman.”

Scream Queen Profile: Asia Argento

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Asia Argento was born into a family of actors and filmmakers, most notably of which is one of my favorite directors, the legendary Dario Argento. She is also Daria Nicolodi’s daughter and Claudio Argento’s niece. She made her acting debut when she was only nine years old in Sergio Citti’s “Sogni e bisogni” (1985). In

Throwback Thursday: Suspiria (1977)

A newcomer to a fancy ballet academy gradually comes to realize that the staff of the school are actually a coven of witches bent on chaos and destruction. Director: Dario Argento Writers: Dario Argento, Daria Nicolodi Stars: Jessica Harper, Stefania Casini, Flavio Bucci Dario Argento long ago set himself apart from many of his contemporaries

Underrated Horror Movies: 1986

What a brilliant year 1986 ended up being for horror movies – both major releases and underrated horror movies. The big names where led by Aliens and The Fly and also included Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, Little Shop of Horrors, Maximum Overdrive, Poltergeist II: The Other Side, Psycho III and The Texas

FearShop.com Kill of the Day – Tenebre (1982) – Arm Hacked Off

Today’s Kill of the Day comes from Dario Argento’s Tenebre from 1982. In one of Dario Argento’s better films, comes one of his better kills – Jane (played by Veronica Lario) gets her arm chopped off by an axe before getting finished off. Of course, there is no shortage of blood as Jane spills buckets

Underrated Horror Movies: 1985

Looks like we are starting to hit our stride again for underrated horror movies. Our last two lists (1983 and 1984) was a little lacking in the quantity department, but we are back strong with 1985. The big names showed up in full force as well including films like Friday the 13th: A New Beginning,

Dario Argento’s Dracula 3D Official Trailer

Hmm. Not sure what to really say. Dario Argento will always be one of my favorite directors, but his recent track record can seriously be questioned. Take this new trailer for Dracula 3D however you would like. Post your thoughts. Please upgrade your browser