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Deep Red 2: Deep Redder
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written by toddandsteph October 26, 2006 - 9:24 PM PDT
Deep Red: Argento is the man. It took me a few minutes to get into this one because it's a very different film from Suspiria. However, as a giallo, it's a damn fine piece of work with solid acting and a great soundtrack from Goblin (although among their whole body of work, it pales in comparison). The stalking set pieces are fantastic, and the typical giallo murderer is done to great effect here with those great zip-up gloves. The murder setpieces are predictably brutal and enchanting, but the suspense is what kills you in this one...well, that and that creepy damn little girl. *** and 1/2 * out've *****

Blood Red is one Red Hot Horror film
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written by carlykristen September 26, 2003 - 10:07 AM PDT
2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
This is by far one of Dario's greatest works. Every murder scene was beautifully executed and left you craving for more. Although this is a Slasher flick, it is not the typical random stabbings of bratty teens. The plot gets you excited for the final scene and every murder was unique. Look for the disturbing child's drawing, creepy music, gory deaths. This will surely be in any true horror fans collection. Note- I would have given a perfect ten, but the language and subtitles constantly switched from Italian to English and so on. Either Dario was playing a joke on me or my DVD player is possessed.

red rum
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written by cammelltoe September 12, 2003 - 3:34 PM PDT
3 out of 5 members found this review helpful
This is the movie where Argento gets it right. Pianist David Hemmings becomes obsessed with finding a killer after witnessing a murder. The editing and composition of this film are inspired, and the camera movement would make max ophuls proud. The Goblin rocks out with a great score. And the disc is a really nice one, with a neat italian trailer for the film and a short interview with Argento. What more do you need? Highly reccomended!

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