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Tenebrae [Blu-ray] [1982] [Reino Unido]

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Terror Beyond Belief!

A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s, courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray.

A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal, in Rome to promote his latest work, Tenebre. But the author isnt the obsessive killers only target, the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one, they fall victim to the murderers slashing blade

Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento, Italys master of horror.

Special Features:

  • 4 Sleeve art options with original and newly commissioned art work
  • Double-sided fold-out poster
  • Exclusive collector s booklet featuring brand new writing on Tenebrae by Alan Jones, author of Profondo Argento
  • Brand new HD restoration of the film
  • Optional original mono English and Italian audio
  • Audio Commentary with Argento experts, journalists and writers Kim Newman and Alan Jones
  • Audio Commentary with Argento expert Thomas Rostock
  • Introduction by Daria Nicolodi
  • Screaming Queen! Daria Nicolodi remembers Tenebrae
  • The Unsane World of Tenebrae: An interview with Dario Argento
  • A Composition for Carnage: Claudio Simonetti on Tenebrae
  • Goblin: Tenebrae and Phenomena Live from the Glasgow Arches
  • Original Trailer


A riveting horror film --Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine

Sadistically beautiful and viciously exciting, welcome to true terror with Dario Argentos shockingly relentless Tenebrae. --BBC

Tenebrae's sexual frisson and eye for splatter is explicitly nasty. But theres more to this accomplished slasher than just blood 'n' guts, Argento busily subverting thriller conventions while toying with the viewers preconceptions about misogynous screen violence. --Total Film
--Total Film

Sadistically beautiful and viciously exciting, welcome to true terror with Dario Argentos shockingly relentless Tenebrae. --BBC

Tenebrae's sexual frisson and eye for splatter is explicitly nasty. But theres more to this accomplished slasher than just blood 'n' guts, Argento busily subverting thriller conventions while toying with the viewers preconceptions about misogynous screen violence. --Total Film

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An excellent blu ray for a truly classic film! 26 de octubre de 2012
Por Kevin Dudley - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Dario Argento's 1982 giallo "Tenebrae" is what I feel to be the legendary Italian filmmaker's best film. It features a great cast, an unsually strong plot/script for an Argento film, breathtakingly violent murders and some of the most unique & virtuoso camera work either before or since. If you haven't seen any of Argento's classic output, "Tenebrae" is a great one to start with!

As for Arrow Video's blu ray release of the film, if you scour the internet you'll see a lot of grumbling & controversy about a supposedly inferior hi-def transfer. This couldn't be further from the truth! I own both the anamorphic Anchor Bay DVD and this blu-ray and have done a direct comparison and I can safely say that the blu-ray blows the DVD out of the water and is truly like seeing the film again for the first time. Where there is possibly a slight problem with the film is that throughout the movie, there is a slight layer of video noise that isn't film grain that is somewhat noticeable but not intrusive at all in my opinion. It does resemble digital noise at times. A lot of recent blu-rays of Italian films have had the same slight visual peculiarity so maybe it's just how the negatives/film stock were back then or the production house used to author the hi-def transfers themselves are utilizing a particular kind of high def restoration process. Colors though are very strong and the detail is truly astounding compared to past DVD releases. The bit-rate is also very high too.

There was also a slight issue with the old Anchor Bay DVD in which it was missing approximately 30 seconds due to print damage with the only print they had access to at the time. The Arrow Video blu ray is the full 1 hour 40 minute 54 second uncut version. Extras involve some interviews with Dario Argento, actress (and Dario's former wife) Daria Nicolodi and composer Claudio Simonetti. You also get two commentary tracks and a live performance by Claudio's former band Goblin too. The audio includes both the Italian & English tracks.

So, if you've been on the fence about picking up this particular blu ray, don't be and pick it up immediately. The film looks truly stunning and the nice array of extras compliment this classic giallo very nicely. Highly recommended!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Finally in blu-ray! 16 de septiembre de 2012
Por JJ Dyn O Mite! - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
To be honest, the only reason I purchased this is because NF does not offer the blu-ray. I had seen it a few years ago, long enough to forget who did it, and weighed my options. For me, the overall stylishness is what made it worth owning on blu-ray as opposed to renting again on DVD. Beautiful poured concrete architecture, '80s women with powdered faces and red lips, old synthesizers, etc. The arterial sprays and other death scenes are impressive and make me queasy to think about. But it's the modern art deco which makes this sort of a 1930s murder mystery, but with more murder and lots of bright red blood.

4 stars because the story, although good, isn't any better than an episode of "Murder She Wrote". Also, there are only two options for audio: all Italian or all English. This means English lines are dubbed over in the Italian version and most lines are inauthentic in the English version. The DVD I remember was mostly subtitled with any English dialogue coming through in English (the main character is an American and his English lines match his lips). I wish there was this third audio option, but the ones presented here are good enough. Two subtitle tracks are available, one which exactly follows the English audio and one which seems to be a closer translation of the the script.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 5 Stars for Movie, Blu-Ray may not be 5 stars but a worthy upgrade from DVD 14 de septiembre de 2012
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Many people jump on this Blu-ray transfer and yes it may not be the best transfer but its all relative to the print negative. The DVD was rough around the edges too but I will tell you this Blu-ray is sooooooo much of an improvement from my Anchor Bay DVD. It actually looks quite nice at times, definitely worth the upgrade.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Argento's first off-the-rails giallo comes to Blu-ray 6 de septiembre de 2016
Por Movieline Online - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray
Although director Dario Argento is synonymous with the giallo - that uniquely Italian category of sexually violent thriller - there's still an ongoing debate as to which particular film is his best. And most opinions seem to revolve around which Argento one ran across first. Was it the methodical, controlled artist behind The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Deep Red? Or the anything-goes, heavy-metal madman responsible for Creepers and Trauma? 1982's Tenebrae actually combines both hemispheres of the director's twisted mind to create a giallo that happily veers off the rails from time to time, yet remains relatively logical throughout.

American crime novelist Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) is on a publicity tour of Italy when he's questioned by police about the vicious murder of a female shoplifter whose mouth is stuffed with pages from Neal's latest book, Tenebrae. Although he's not yet a suspect, the writer takes it upon himself to investigate with the help of his personal assistant (Daria Ncolodi) and self-absorbed agent (John Saxon). Soon the bodies begin to pile up, all victims of a killer who seems to be targeting "deviant behavior." And the closer Neal gets, the more dangerous it becomes for those around him.

Dipping back into the genre after the financial failure of his overtly supernatural thriller, Inferno, Argento takes a uniquely self-reflexive approach to the material, pointing the blame for much of the onscreen carnage at the very author of the work itself. Tenebrae is full of naked women killed in exceedingly brutal fashion, but the film curiously attempts to fight back against the giallo's label as a misogynistic playground for perverts. The argument isn't very well presented, but - as pointed out in the Blu-ray extras - it's a turning point in Argento's career, pushing him towards female protagonists and a different take on the genre.

These moments aside, most of Tenebrae focuses on what the director does best: operatic murder sequences, multiple red herrings and a music score that drills its way into your brain. There's a certain recycling of ideas here from both Argento's previous films and the lesser-known work of others (point in fact, the final twist is lifted almost straight from 1971's The Bloodstained Butterfly). And one can see that the director's attention drifts from time to time, resulting in brilliantly off-the-wall non-sequiturs like the dog attack sequence or the showy over-the-roof shot that seems to exist just to keep him interested.

Yet, that's exactly why fans of Argento stand by him through his successes and failures; there are always one or two moments worth the price of admission. And Synapse Film's latest Blu-ray of Tenebrae presents the film in its best possible light, working from a color corrected restoration in 1080p from the original camera negative. There's still a bit of '80s grain inherent in the source (as there should be) but the nighttime scenes in particular look astonishingly good.

Extras include dual English and Italian language options, an audio commentary from Argento scholar Maitland McDonagh, a hi-def version of the English version of the film using seamless branching, alternate opening credit sequence, trailers and the 90-minute documentary Yellow Fever: The Rise and Fall of the Giallo, featuring interviews with over a dozen prominent critics and filmmakers who use Argento's work as a through-line to discuss the genre as a whole.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome................ 13 de junio de 2012
Por Anthony D. Salgado - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
What is this the reviewer below me talking about?The blu ray transfer is amazing and a lot more sharper and better than any us version i have seen....Do Urself a favor and ignore the other review as of now and snatch this up before it goes out of print..comes with 4 reversable artwork and a booklet amzing blu-ray for collector's....

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