While we’ve heard nothing but horrible, horrible things about Dario Argento’s Giallo, we’re always of the mindset that you should see it, if only to make up your mind for yourself. A lawsuit recently blocked the film from being released here, but thankfully the dust has settled.
According to Deadline Adrien Brody, who in November got a federal judge to block the release of the Dario Argento-directed thriller Giallo after the court found he was owed $640,000, has reached a settlement with the film’s backers. Three Seven Entertainment, Giallo Productions and Hannibal Pictures can now see the film get a DVD release from its U.S. distributor, Maya Entertainment.
Um … excited?
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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