A neo-psychedelic story of grief and a giallo-influenced journey into the weird
If you don't know your giallo from a hole in the ground, this is probably not the place to start.
Belgium's foremost purveyors of black leather, razor blades and low moans are back with this nightmarish acid trip of a film.
A stylish and intriguing neo-giallo
Argento tinkers with the giallo formula a bit, resulting in an enjoyable, effective and essentially Argento mystery-thriller.