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    OPERA

    Dario Argento Italy, 1987

    Cinema has seen its share of Phantom of the Opera adaptations, and yet Dario Argento’s cacophonous telling entirely renews the veracity of a classic tale. Released in the U.S. as Terror at the Opera, this revision moves to beyond the rules of 1980s horror to a realm of pure, ecstatic terror.

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    INFERNO

    Dario Argento Italy, 1980

    Following Suspiria, Argento invoked the power of witches once more with this loose continuation (and part of the “Three Mothers” trilogy)—a fever dream crosscut between haunting synchronicities in New York City and Rome. Like its illustrious predecessor, Inferno is another irresistible nightmare.

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    DEMONS

    Lamberto Bava Italy, 1985

    From Italian master of the macabre Lamberto Bava (son of the great Mario Bava), and co-written and produced by Dario Argento, this film in true 1980s horror fashion turns on pop culture (here, the movies) attacking the audience. Soundtrack by Claudio Simonetti.

    DEMONS 2

    Lamberto Bava Italy, 1986

    They’re back! Not just the demons, but writer-producer Dario Argento and director Lamberto Bava, who present a sequel that is just as wild and outrageous a trip for horror fans as the original.

    MACHINE GUN MCCAIN

    Giuliano Montaldo Italy, 1969

    Premiering at Cannes in 1969, Machine Gun McCain sees John Cassavetes star in a one-of-a-kind Italian gangster film from director Giuliano Montaldo. Scored by Ennio Morricone, the film also stars Cassavetes’ collaborators Gena Rowlands and Peter Falk, bursting with the troupe’s rare energy.