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Dario Argento’s “Tenebrae” Arriving On Blu-ray & DVD This September

Synpase Films – September 2016 New Releases

Tenebrae
Blu-ray
Label: Synapse Films
Prebook: 08/09/2016 Street: 09/13/2016
SRP: $34.95 UPC: 654930318898 Cat: SFD0165
Color 101 minutes In English or Italian with English subtitles
Widescreen 1.85:1 DTS-HD MA 2.0 Stereo Region A
Production year: 1982 Horror Not Rated
Director: Dario Argento Cast: Anthony Franciosa, John Saxon, Daria Nicolodi, John Steiner

American mystery author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) comes to Italy to promote his newest novel, TENEBRAE. Unfortunately, a razor-wielding serial killer is on the loose, taunting Neal and murdering those around him in gruesome fashion just like the character in his novel.

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As the mystery surrounding the killings spirals out of control, Neal investigates the crimes on his own, leading to a mind-bending, genre-twisting conclusion that will leave you breathless! Featuring an amazing synth-music score from Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli and Massimo Morante (formerly of Italian progressive-rock band, Goblin), this all-new 1080p high-definition TENEBRAE release was created from the original uncut camera negative. Also stars John Saxon (A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET), Daria Nicolodi (Dario Argento’s PHENOMENA) and John Steiner (CALIGULA).

Special Features:

All-new Synapse Films supervised color correction and restoration of a 1080p scan from the original camera negative, presented in the original aspect ratio of 1.85:1
Dual English and Italian language options with newly-translated English subtitle tracks for both
Audio commentary track featuring film critic and Argento scholar, Maitland McDonagh
Rare high-definition 1080p English sequence insert shots, playable within the film via Seamless Branching
Feature-length documentary, YELLOW FEVER: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE GIALLO by High Rising Productions, chronicling the Giallo film genre from its beginnings as early 20th century crime fiction, to its later influences on the modern slasher film genre.
Original UNSANE (U.S. version of TENEBRAE) end credits sequence
Alternate opening credits sequence
Theatrical trailers

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