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Old 4th March 2015, 03:53 PM
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Looks like I have to save the film once more! I have to admit I find Card Player to be Argento's last enjoyable film and the best thing he did since Opera. It his take on the dutch or scandenavian dark thriller and though not a patch on his early 60's to late 80's works, it's competantly made and has some great kill scenes (and others not so). It's a fun little film, quite out of Argento's comfort zone but he delt with it well. Yes, I prefer it to Sleepless, Trauma, and Stendhal Syndrome. And it's miles better than Giallo and Dracula.


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Old 4th March 2015, 04:15 PM
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Obvious typo is obvious.

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Old 4th March 2015, 04:36 PM
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Cheers Hawk

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Old 4th March 2015, 05:10 PM
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The tap dancing morgue attendant makes me seriously cringe in that film. WTF!

And i don't have much love for any of Argento's work post Opera. Sleepless had it's moments and a great score, but over all was pretty incompetent. The killer dwarf theme was rather embarrassing as well.

Phantom and Do You Like Hitchcock are two of my least favourites as well.
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Yes, I prefer it to Sleepless, Trauma, and Stendhal Syndrome. And it's miles better than Giallo and Dracula.
Spot on Hawk.
Sleepless was good,but the rest? Watchable at best.

Plus.....it has Stefania in it!
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Old 4th March 2015, 05:34 PM
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I enjoyed Sleepless and i have Stendhal Syndrome sitting on the shelf for ages not gotten around to watching it yet.
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