Delight in a selection of titles by master of Italian horror Dario Argento, all lovingly restored to 4K by Cinecittà. The blood-red colour really pops, almost as much as the eyes.
In Dario Argento’s assured and tense debut, an American expat in Rome is entangled in a serial killer’s web.
Harvey Keitel stars in this adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s tale of obsession and violence, now splendidly restored by Cinecittà.
Do murderous thoughts lurk in our very DNA? Dario Argento interrogates nature vs nurture in his suspenseful second film.
Hailed as one of the greatest giallo works ever made, this oneiric fever dream about an amateur sleuth attracted praise from Alfred Hitchcock himself.
If you like Hitchcock, you’ll love Dario Argento’s exhilarating 2005 homage to the Master of Suspense.
A rarely screened outlier in Argento’s career, this deliciously dark historical comedy follows a thief and a baker caught up in a political uprising.
A quirky and lesser-known piece of the Italian giallo maestro’s tapestry, and a lesson in cinematic innovation.
After bringing bloodshed to a ballet school in Suspiria, the giallo maestro wreaks operatic havoc on a soprano tackling a Shakespeare adaptation.
There’s no-one better to deliver an outré rendition of the Music of the Night than an underground maestro who loves mayhem and organ music.
This oeuvre of outré, starring a then-14-year-old Jennifer Connelly, is widely regarded as one of Dario Argento’s most eccentric and bizarre films.
With a title derived from the Latin phrase ‘sighs from the depths’, Dario Argento’s most famous film is a masterwork of skin-crawling terror.
Inspired by the director’s own brush with an obsessive fan, this stylish slasher offers meta-commentary on sexism and screen violence.