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The more research I do on past films, the more enraged I become with American distribution of our beloved movies. Around 20 minutes of Argento's films were cut?! No wonder people thought horror movies were mostly dumb in America. I watched the full version of this for the first time and I am a new huge fan of Dario Argento's films now. I've probably heard Goblin's Main Theme song a hundred times now! I have some minor criticisms, but they didn't hurt the film or my enjoyment. I went away from this movie just saying "Wow!" a lot. From the time of this review, I've watched Deep Red and this one. I feel like it will be hard to beat Tenebre though. I have Creepers and the Bird with the Crystal Plumage to watch from my collection next.

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Tenebre my first watch

Had a chance to watch one disc this morning and wow it impresses. I just watched the Original version so hopefully over the next few weeks I can catch up on the discs. But so far looking good. The experience was made ever better by the fact I'd never seen the film before so seeing it for the first time and in 4k was a nice bonus....

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