In Dario Argento’s assured and tense debut, an American expat in Rome is entangled in a serial killer’s web.
In this modern reimagining of Frankenstein, the give-and-take of motherhood is tested through a collision of grief, creation and horror.
Harvey Keitel stars in this adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s tale of obsession and violence, now splendidly restored by Cinecittà.
Do murderous thoughts lurk in our very DNA? Dario Argento interrogates nature vs nurture in his suspenseful second film.
Two crocodile men go to a public pool to cool off. It turns out one of them is distinctly more human – and the other is unable to contain his desire.
In Jessica Hausner’s bold satire, a charismatic teacher convinces her teenage students that disordered eating can produce many kinds of enlightenment.
Hailed as one of the greatest giallo works ever made, this oneiric fever dream about an amateur sleuth attracted praise from Alfred Hitchcock himself.
If you like Hitchcock, you’ll love Dario Argento’s exhilarating 2005 homage to the Master of Suspense.
A rarely screened outlier in Argento’s career, this deliciously dark historical comedy follows a thief and a baker caught up in a political uprising.
A quirky and lesser-known piece of the Italian giallo maestro’s tapestry, and a lesson in cinematic innovation.
An arresting mockumentary about first contact and alien sex, which won the Méliès d’Or prize at Sitges.
This rare Aussie take on the popular exorcism subgenre builds to a brutal finale you won’t be able to excise from your mind.
An ancient Hindu demon stalks an Indian-American teen between two cultures in this terrifying and original monster movie.
A harrowing yet hypnotic true story from the frontline of North America’s abortion debates, told through hallucinatory episodes.
The Aussie brothers behind 100 Bloody Acres mix frights and frivolity in recreating a 1970s talk show that goes straight to hell.
Christianity clashes with African spiritualism when a mother summons a tribal priest to avenge her daughter in this oddity of 70s Black cinema.
A young man goes on a holiday to the countryside, where his would-be-peaceful wellness routine is assailed by the terrifying sounds of silence.
After bringing bloodshed to a ballet school in Suspiria, the giallo maestro wreaks operatic havoc on a soprano tackling a Shakespeare adaptation.
Oozing blood, shapeshifting and a serial killer on the loose – this high school body horror is a feminist-charged frenzy, starring Alicia Silverstone.
There’s no-one better to deliver an outré rendition of the Music of the Night than an underground maestro who loves mayhem and organ music.
This oeuvre of outré, starring a then-14-year-old Jennifer Connelly, is widely regarded as one of Dario Argento’s most eccentric and bizarre films.
Bong Joon-ho protégé Jason Yu’s clever horror debut stars South Korean favourites Lee Sun-kyun (Parasite) and Jung Yu-mi (Train to Busan).
A quest for personal and national healing, based on the experiences of a Khmer Rouge survivor.
With a title derived from the Latin phrase ‘sighs from the depths’, Dario Argento’s most famous film is a masterwork of skin-crawling terror.
Inspired by the director’s own brush with an obsessive fan, this stylish slasher offers meta-commentary on sexism and screen violence.
The beast is unleashed in this Cannes award-winning debut – and she’s a 12-year-old Malaysian schoolgirl whose body is changing in more ways than one.
What dark secrets are hidden out back, in this stylish and metaphorical mystery?
Claire Denis’s divisive, seductively erotic horror film rises again, with Béatrice Dalle and Vincent Gallo in all their grisly, sensuous glory.
An elderly caravan-park resident tangles with a mysterious woman in this deliciously unpredictable horror debut from an Australian filmmaking duo.