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‘Vortex’: Film Review | Cannes 2021

Gaspar Noé's latest oddity stars Dario Argento and Françoise Lebrun as an elderly couple in the twilight of their lives.

Critic’s Picks: A January To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

SoCal cinephiles can kick off the year in style with retrospectives devoted to Jean-Luc Godard and Nicolas Roeg, as well as a series of films made by female directors in the 1970s and much more.

‘Suspiria’: Film Review | Venice 2018

Dakota Johnson plays an American student drawn into the nightmarish secret world of a European dance academy run by Tilda Swinton in Luca Guadagnino's new take on the Dario Argento horror classic, 'Suspiria.'

‘Suspiria’ Director Luca Guadagnino Hopes Horror Remake “Comes Across as Relentless”

Fresh off the success of 'Call Me by Your Name,' the Italian auteur Luca Guadagnino does an about-face with his bloody take on 'Suspiria': 'I want the movie to perform as the most disturbing experience you can have.'

Hollywood Flashback: ‘Suspiria’s’ Witch-Filled Ballet School Terrified Audiences in 1977

A remake of Dario Argento's horror film 'Suspiria' premieres Sept. 1 at the Venice Film Festival and stars Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson.

Dario Argento Defends Daughter, Claims An “Air of Conspiracy” Over Allegations

The famed horror director says he believes daughter will fight back against the sexual assault allegations against her, and believes that Harvey Weinstein might also be behind the entire operation.

A June To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Not tempted by the early-summer multiplex menu? Check out these retrospective and revival offerings this month in L.A., including works by queer directors during Hollywood's Golden Age, classic concert films and movies about witches.

Los Angeles Italia Fest to Celebrate Frank Sinatra

Dec. 12 will mark the centennial of the singer’s birth

‘Black Sea’ Wins Audience Award at Courmayeur Noir Festival

A special prize was given to Gabriele Salvatores, who presented new film 'The Invisible Boy'

Dario Argento Debuts Autobiography ‘Fear’ at Courmayeur Noir Festival

The horror director announced phase two of crowdfunding for his Iggy Pop thriller 'The Sandman' after a successful first round

‘The Editor’: Turin Review

Canadian comedy collective sends a blood-drenched love letter to the golden era of pulpy Eurotrash horror cinema

Italy’s Courmayeur Noir Festival Announces Lineup

Cannes favorites ‘Wild Tales’ and ‘White God’ lead the list