In both films, death both threatens to throw a society into disarray and serves as a possible corrective for corruption.
Arrow Video sheds clarifying light on Dario Argento’s elusive and hallucinatory Deep Red, without compromising the film’s unnerving bottomlessness.
Synapse Films’s restoration of Suspiria is revelatory and head-spinning, essentially serving as a portable guided tour of a decadent horror museum.
Dario Argento’s late masterwork Opera remains a real eye-opener, and it’s never looked better than in this new Blu-ray presentation.
Arrow Video continues to prove that horror films are as complex, resonant and worthy of respect and contemplation as classics of any other genre.
An anomalous “baguette western” from the late ‘60s comes to home video, and it’s a revelation of harsh, melancholy fatalism.
Riffing on early portions of Thomas Harris’s novel of the same name, Hannibal is similarly liberated by its protagonist’s unmasking.
Demons 2 trades in its predecessor’s penchant for wall-to-wall gore in favor of surreal shocks and quasi-Cronenbergian craziness.
Some extras would be nice, particularly considering the legends who had their hands in this vibrantly cynical rock horror film.