I admit he isn't anywhere near as visceral as his golden years, but his recent work still feels like his own. (Have yet to see Dracula, though, and that trailer looks quite awful.) His work is always imaginative, deeply disturbing, and difficult to forget. Love the guy a lot.
Aside from David Lynch, there is no other filmmaker who has influenced me more than the maestro.
The man is a God . . . from Hell >:D
Door Into Darkness - The Train... Quite possibly his best work and it's no on here!!!
I do not understand this man's use of music.
Don't forget his beautiful segment for "Two Evil Eyes"... Far better than Romero's one, with a great Harvey Keitel and a wonderful theme by Pino Donaggio.
Opera is one of Argento's most beautiful and disturbing films. He is a master of both style and suspense.
Inferno, Trauma, and The Stendahl Syndrome needs to be added on this page.
Creepers is the edited version of his classic Phenomena (that needs to be corrected) and Inferno & Tenebre need to added.
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I've seen every single one of his films (and just saw Giallo), and the man is a often misunderstood genius! I also agree that Inferno and Phenomena should be added!