With Argento's trademark visual style, linked with one of his more coherent plots, Tenebrae follows a writer who arrives to Rome only to find somebody is using his novels as the inspiration (and, occasionally, the means) of committing murder. As the death toll mounts the police are ever baffled, and the writer becomes more closely linked to the case than is comfortable.Written by
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The most horrifying film to hit the UK cinema screens is now on video. Backed by a massive advertising campaign on TV, radio, newspapers and bus posters. Full TV protection for 3 years. Certificate 18. Release date June 29. This is your chance to make a real killing...... See more »
Anne's screams continue even as the ending credits roll. See more »
There are two versions of Tenebre. One with Italian close-up shots of the book in the pre-credit sequence and one with English close-up shots. The French Blu-ray as well as the Italian releases are based on the Italian version, whereas most non-Italian releases on DVD are based on the English language version. See more »
This is a great weird wild Dario Argento film as with most of his work! I put on Shudder live slashics and quite enjoyed this gruesome run around mystery whacky foreign horror, I don't have much else to say, cool movie for sure!
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