Some interesting news has come out of the recent Fantasia Frontieres Film Market Selections story that we posted an hour or so ago. One of the announced projects was Dario Argento's The Sandman, and there have been some developments regarding it.
Though the majority of Dario Argento's earlier films are more or less universally loved by horror fans, not even the biggest supporter of his work can deny that the Italian maestro has lost something along the way.
As we collectively await the release of Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani's (Amer) latest Giallo-inspired throwback, The Strange Colour of Your Body's Tears (review), the Argento-loving pair are celebrating this weekend's overseas release of Dracula 3D in style...
Morbidly curious about checking out a screening of IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review)? Very much still on the fence? Well, we have a shot at scoring a screening on us and more!
The first red band trailer has finally arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and... well.... it doesn't help matters much, does it? Oh, Dario! How we all long for the you of days gone by. Check it out. Then pop some aspirin.
An official trailer has finally arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and... well... yeah. It kind of speaks for itself. Check it out, lay your head in your hands, and just wonder where it all went wrong.
Several new stills have checked-in for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and they're here if you wanna see them. From what we here looking at images from the flick is a lot less painful than watching the movie itself.
That's right, kids! A pretty friggin' awesome one-sheet has arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and it makes us wish that the movie was as good as the artwork itself. Check it out.
Some quick distro news has come in for two flicks we've been talking about for a while now: Dario Argento's Dracula 3D and Marina de Van's Dark Touch. So when can you see these flicks for yourself? Do you dare even subject yourself to Dracula (review)?
For the past several years, rumors have been floating around horror land that Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green would be directing a remake of Dario Argento's Suspiria, which at one point had Natalie Portman attached to star.
We've been talking about David Gordon Green's remake of the Dario Argento classic Suspiria for what feels like forever now, and the bad news is we're not a step closer to it happening. Or is that good news? Read on!
Anyone who reads this site is familiar with my love of Dario Argento - even some of his later stuff. So I'm very much looking forward to another thoughtful dissection of his work. So much has already been written on the subject, but I feel like there's plenty more to talk about.
Does anybody here remember Dario Argento? Remember how he said that we would meet again... some sunny day? Dario! Dario! What has become of you? Does anybody else in here feel the way I do? Two NOT SAFE FOR WORK clips. Watch them and weep gently for better days gone by.
Another quick look at Dario Argento's Dracula has made its way online, and it's over before you can say the word "pizza." IFC Films has snagged the rights and will release it under the IFC Midnight label in 2013.