Dario Argento’s 7 Best Horror Films, from ‘Suspiria’ to ‘Tenebrae’ to ‘Opera’

Dario Argento’s 7 Best Horror Films, from ‘Suspiria’ to ‘Tenebrae’ to ‘Opera’
It’s a sign of a career well spent when a filmmaker’s body of work is so screamingly impressive that just their name is synonymous with a certain type of cinematic excellence. So, what do you think of when you read the name Dario Argento?

Whether you’re among the writer-director’s legion of horror-loving fans or know Argento’s filmography through a more educational lens, then your mind has probably been inundated with supersaturated reds and blues, nightmarish contortions of cinematography, and more likely than not a splattering or two of prop blood.

If Alfred Hitchcock owned American suspense films, then Argento was the master of Italian-born terror. He cut his teeth as a screenwriter on various titles including the comedy “Pardon, Are You For or Against?” and Spaghetti Western “The Rope and the Colt” in the late ‘60s, before making his director debut with “The Bird with the Crystal Plumage
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