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Old 13th May 2010, 06:57 PM
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Default Dario Argento's Dracula 3D (2012)

http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/20204

This sounds like a terrible, terrible idea!!!!
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3D-Definetly.But I think an Argento take on the oft-filmed tale would be interesting indeed.

As long as he had free reign and no studio interference.....
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Well, one thing's for sure. It cannot be worse than Giallo



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When's that out on DVD?

Until I see it,I'll give the old dog the benefit of the doubt....
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It's on Amazon mate - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Giallo-Adrie...3777691&sr=1-1 though I don't know much about this DVD.

It's a lot of fun....unintentional fun that is.
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Cheers Kyle!

Thirty quid with a cover like that?

Looks like something you'd get free in a woman's weekly mag.....One of those attrocious afternoon tv movies.....
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I predict another Phantom of the Opera fiasco!
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A faintly interesting idea...if Dracula wasn't so done-to-undeath. I mean, wasn't Coppolla's Bram Stoker's Dracula painful enough?

But then Dario has always loved the classic tales.

I'd rather he did some more Poe - I reckon Pit And The Pendulum lends itself to some sweet 3-D shots!
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The cover is terrible! There was a better poster for the film, several yellow knifes, I believe.

AND the DVD has permanent Polish subtitles! Pah!
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A faintly interesting idea...if Dracula wasn't so done-to-undeath. I mean, wasn't Coppolla's Bram Stoker's Dracula painful enough?

But then Dario has always loved the classic tales.

I'd rather he did some more Poe - I reckon Pit And The Pendulum lends itself to some sweet 3-D shots!
Urgh! Ford Coppolla's Dracula was terrible! I hate that film with a passion.

I'm with you on the Poe idea however - can't go wrong like a nice bit of Poe.
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