Door Into Darkness
Four spine tingling episodes presented by Italy's undisputed master of horror, Dario Argento. Originally made in 1973 for Italian Television, Door Into Darkness was highly controversial at the time for its boundary pushing and levels of violence.
1. The Neighbor
A young couple and their baby move into an isolated apartment, unaware that the man upstairs has just murdered his wife.
2. The Tram
Argento springs an intriguing web of mystery, asking viewers to ponder the question of how a woman could have been murdered on a crowded tram and not noticed by anyone.
A woman driving home discovers the body of a woman that has been shot. After she rushes away and reports her findings to the police, the body is nowhere to be seen as everyone believes her to be mad.
typical argento but not violent or bloody , just giallo
I loved it. But everything from Dario is golden.
I liked the first the most and they kinda trailed off from there. To be fair, I didn't pay enough attention during The Doll.
the shots, color and lighting are extremely beautiful. since giallos are like exploitation films. the production value was low and acting awkward at times. the music was similar to argentos other films, playing disco beats when something violent was going on. if you like retro low budget film, they are worth the watch!!
confusing, music was weird, like in the wrong spots, acting sucked, watched all 4 hoping they would get better but they didnt