Giallo maestro Dario Argento (SUSPIRIA) turned to television with this 1970s Italian miniseries. Bolstering the comparisons to Hitchcock, if not exactly accommodating the Englishman's hefty silhouette, Argento introduced all four of the show's tales of terror. Included here are "The Neighbor," a REAR WINDOW rip-off about the strange neighbor upstairs; "The Tram," following a detective's investigation of a murder on a train; "Eyewitness," in which a witness to a murder can't seem to locate the body; and "The Doll," about an escaped mental patient who stalks a series of women.
Description by Ryko Distribution:
Four Spine tingling episodes directed and presented by the undisputed master of horror. Originally made in 1973 for Italian Television, Door Into Darkness was highly controversal at the time for it's deliberate breaking of the level of admitted TV violence. Dario Argento, the master of fear and horror presents Door Into Darkness. Available for the first time in the U.S.
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