The Onetti Brothers discuss classic giallo, magicians and their newest opus ABRAKADABRA.
Luciano and Nicolas Onetti’s ABRAKADABRA takes on a serious homage to the often imitated horror-lover's giallo. Does it work? Hell yes.
After a 32-year hiatus, filmmaker Claudio Lattanzi returns sitting on the director chair with his second feature film: EVERYBLOODY’S END, a throwback to the golden age of italian horror.
Rather than thrill us with bloody spectacle, this giallo-streaked kitchen-sinker explores human relationships via the prism of obsession.
Federico Caddeo’s feature-length ALL THE COLORS OF GIALLO gathers historians, directors, writers, and trailer extracts to trace the history of giallo films.