Every year, I need to watch at least one Dario Argento flick, and this year, I chose Tenebrae, which is just pure giallo.
Paul Neal (Anthony Franciosa), an American author of horror novels, is in Rome promoting his latest book when a murderer, seemingly inspired by his work, starts to take out people in his circle. Is the killer a crazed fan? Or someone Neal knows?
Of course this being an Argento flick, those murders are all gory, garish, and gruesomely gorgeous, with a final death that's so ridiculous it can only be called brilliant. Not the best Argento movie I've seen (that remains Suspiria), but definitely one of his better ones.
I watched Tenebrae on Shudder.
On my watchlist, so thanks for the Shudder heads up!
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