Roberto Ocera’s review published on Letterboxd:
Part of HoopTober 4.0 #4
What an amazing movie!
Seven years after his masterpiece Profondo Rosso , Dario Argento brings another classic "Giallo all'italiana" to cinemas, maybe the last remarkable work in his cinematography.
Argento directed so well, with a particular attention to details and architecture. I loved that stunning long take!
A lot of blood. 13 victims. Weird dreams. Holy sh**t a lot of plot twists!
And the soundtrack. As always, Goblin did it so well. My eyes were glued to the screen.