Italian filmmaker Dario Argento’s horror films are psychologically rich, colorful, and at times garish, excelling at taking the best elements of the splatter and exploitation genres and laying them over a dark undercurrent of human emotions and psyches. Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds, which dissects Argento cult films, includes a new introduction discussing Argento’s most recent films, an updated filmography, and an interview with Argento.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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