Dario Argento’s Giallo Goes Straight to DVD

Dario Argento's Giallo Goes Straight to DVDFinally after kicking around for over two years, there is some news to report on the release of Dario Argento’s Giallo starring Adrien Brody and Elsa Pataky. See, kids? Miracles do happen!

Though met with a lukewarm reception from the majority of the usual fanbase, you can never count old Dario out so we’re sure Giallo will find its audience upon its arrival here Stateside. Look for the film to be arriving on DVD October 19th from Maya Home Entertainment. No special features or art has surfaced yet, but we’ll keep our eyes open.

“When American model Celine is kidnapped off the streets during fashion week in Milan and put through a series of terrifying, humiliating and painful ordeals, her sister Linda desperately recruits Inspector Enzo Lavia to find Celine before she suffers the same awful fate as the other beautiful victims…”

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  • Masked Slasher

    I really liked this one. It’s not one of Argento’s best, but I thought it was a solid offering. I’ll be buying this first day.

  • DavidFullam

    Wish I could make out that still. That huge nose is blocking everything.

  • Legba

    I’ve read a bunch of conflicting opinions on this one, which is pretty par for the course with recent Argento and what also makes me think there’s something of worth there. The production has been pretty rocky by Argento standards, with reports on the film being taken out of his hands at the editing stage and Argento never being paid at all by the producers. Also, when you take into consideration just how hermetic his films have become, alienating a portion of what was once a loyal fan base (while delighting others). All of which conspire against selling it. I hope the name recognition of Dracula will give it at least a leg up on a limited theatrical run here.

  • TheDreamMaster

    Was hoping that this one would be a return to form for Argento, but it doesn’t seem meant to be. I’ll still give it a look anyway, I suppose.