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One of The greatest horror films of all time, Tenebrae is Stylish, Sexy, and Horrific. A MUST SEE for Horror lovers.
Tava indo para ser um Excelente Giallo, mas depois da morte no meio do filme, a história caí muito....fica uma confusão.....
An Ideal giallo film
Outstanding a must see!
I'll be watching this one again and again.
Another meticulously made Giallo film, and normally regarded as Dario Argentos final great film, Tenebre is complete with the usual elements of Argentos, along with an intriguing premise, a great shock ending, and buckets of blood filmed in his usual beautiful style, making this yet another link in his mighty chain of giallos
Not just one of Dario Argentos greatest films but also,in my view,the greatest Italian "Giallo" horror film of all time "Tenebrae" is one of the most terrifying and brilliant horror films of the eighties.
Another fantastic and gorgeous giallo from Argento. One can say that thematically there are some cheap tricks pulled, but it's for the purpose of style. And this movie is beautifully constructed. Up there with his best.
One of horror master Dario Argento's finest (and most coherent) thrillers involving an American writer discovering that his work is the inspiration for a series of brutal murders at the site of his latest stop on a press tour. This one really must be seen to be believed. What starts out as a stylish, if not by the numbers, mystery builds until the bonkers finale where anything goes. Twists and turns abound and the blood flies so much on the walls that it looks like the characters are repainting the living room red. A must see!
Its a good looking movies, very proud to be ice-cold bourgeois 80's with all the gold laqué it implies, but Argento works hard at creating obnoxious characters who react in stupid ways at every turn. He made this film after accusations that his content was mysoginist, and answers by pressing all his mysoginist buttons harder with his rapey-est attitude to date, vaguely lesbophobic on top, though he goes to great length to underline he is not homophobic; because his target is only women. He has a young girl be able to fix the sink yet makes her an underage sexspot, keeping her scenes highly lecherous. Argento's shrink must be rolling his eyes at him constantly . The women he writes here are inane and neurotic by design and he makes them deserving of what they get on top of it. So how to put it? Its a good (enough) movie made by a dickish guy who takes himself seriously (like when he shoots the rooftiles for no reason other than to play a goblin track for a long time) At least there's John Saxon who seems aware this is more ridiculous than it seems (probably caught on the fact there's more plot hole than actual story) so he plays accordingly, almost funny campy. Ah and also... i realised AFTER the credits rolled that ive seen this movie about 15 years ago, something that NEVER happens to me. Goes to show how unremarkable it is. But lets say its bad enough to be good. Maybe.