“Operating under the principle that a moving camera is always better than a static one, and not above throwing in a terrifying evil doll, Deep Red showcases the technical bravado and loopy shock tactics that made Argento famous.” - Keith Phipps, AV Club

“Undoubtedly the finest of Argento's thrilling horrors.” - William Thomas, Empire Magazine

February 8 at 8:30pm | DEEP RED is an exhilarating web of murder and mystery set in Rome, starring David Hemmings (BLOW-UP) as jazz pianist Marcus Daly who, after witnessing the murder of his psychic neighbor, pairs up with gumshoe reporter Gianna Brezzi (Argento’s then-partner, the late Daria Nicolodi) to solve the case; the two just have to stay alive. Argento’s camera never seems to stop moving, taking on a near predatory gaze in this hallucinatory, Hitchcockian horror released at the height of the Giallo craze. 4K digital restoration by Cinecittà.

Argento 1970sMasterful or trashy; ghastly or gorgeous -- Argento: 1970s showcases a defining and essential era of the Italian master of terror, Dario Argento. Argento’s films luxuriate in the macabre, perpetually exploring themes of sexual violence, inner demons, and the darkness within us all. Presented with the Chicago premieres of sublime, brand-new 4K restorations. View full series here.

CinecittaProgrammed with support from Camilla Cormanni, Paola Ruggiero, and Marco Cicala of Cinecittà, Rome.

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