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The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Blu-ray

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'The Bird With The Crystal Plumage' soars majestically above the crowd!

Tastier than catsu curry, masterful mood maestro, Dario Argento's refined, razor-edged thriller 'The Bird With The Crystal Plumage' soars majestically above the crowd! The fledgling fearmaster exploded on the 70s scream scene with his fiendishly gripping, gloriously glamorous Giallo classic that is sure to make vintage thriller fans go beak at the knees! More peacock than Hitchcock, there's no mystery why this beguilingly sinister, stylishly orchestrated shocker shredded the competition! Dario's dazzling debut deservedly make him a star, and, rapturously, his eternally scintillating 'The Bird With Crystal Plumage' has lost none of its lustre, not only visually exquisite, the legendary Ennio Morricone's iconic, sonically sumptuous score will make your heart soar! In one fateful stroke, Argento black-handedly transformed terror sinema with his immortal masterpiece, and the film's immaculate HD restoration guarantees that future generations of salaciously sin-seeking cinephiles will be darkly mesmerized by its bravura, blood-burnished allure!

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A release that does the film justice

The Bird With the Crystal Plumage might be my favorite film by my favorite director of all time. Whenever someone asks me why Arrow is my favorite Blu-Ray label, I show them this release. The transfer looks great and it's loaded with special features. Since I am a massice Giallo fan, it's great to see that a label like Arrow puts a lot of effort in releasing Blu-Rays of films that might have been forgotten. Definitely getting the 4K as well, as I heard that transfer is even better.

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