Directed by Dario Argento
Horror novelist Peter Neal arrives in Rome for a book tour just as a series of brutal murders begin. When Peter learns the killer is a superfan inspired by his gruesome novels, he decides to solve the crimes. As the slasher’s blade continues its bloodthirsty business, Neal realizes he must dive deep into his memories if he wants to catch the killer. After a scary experience being menaced by a real-life obsessed fan, Dario Argento poured his fears into this visually stunning return to form, loading TENEBRE with some of the most gorgeous and horrific murders in all the director’s oeuvre.
A razor-wielding psycho stalks a horror writer in one of Dario Argento's most celebrated gialli.
Cast: Anthony Franciosa, Giuliano Gemma, John Saxon
A good film Argento, elevated by the inclusion of the great John Saxon. Nice twist at the end.
Decent Argento flick that benefits from having the great John Saxon and the great Anthony Franciosa
I don't know what happened to Dario Argento between 1970 and 1980 but in my opinion, Inferno was his last good film. I think all of his 80s movies are cheap trash. Tenebrae is no exception I really TRIED to watch this and I love 1970s giallos. This is worse than Opera, at least Opera has beautiful atmosphere. Tenebrae is ugly in the tackiest way possible.
It was okay
I keep watching these stupid giallo movies!!