Thriller • R • 1987 • 1 hr 47 min
this film may feel dated at times but there's no doubting the genius of argento's twists & turns in one of his more underrated movies
An excellent film from Mr. Argento. A dark, disturbing, and unique twist on the Phantom of the Opera. Great visuals and soundtrack.
Not one of Argento’s best but still very good, don’t watch if disturbing stuff involving eyes bothers you
This movie effectively evoked the feeling of helplessness while watching a tragedy unfold before your eyes. A strong horror film.
An overlooked Argento movie that really shouldn't be. Has all the Argento charm and well worth it.
Definitely a unique movie that feels pretty surreal
Be prepared for a strong trip. Nothing to have nightmares about, but a great and stressful ride in the Giallo genre.
One of Argentos' absolute best films. Great tension, good acting and a very good story. If you're a horror fan, watch Opera!
A stylish, gripping giallo. One of my favourite Argento’s
I'm not squeamish when it comes to movies, but this made me recoil hard. It's so colorful and brutal that you can't look away.
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