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Two Evil Eyes (1990) Dario Argento & George A. Romero

Two Evil Eyes (1990)
aka Due occhi diabolici
Genre: Horror Anthology
Country: Italy | USA | Director: Dario Argento & George A. Romero
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 120mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x720 - 23.976fps - 6.56gb

"The Facts About Mr. Valdeman." A woman's husband is on his deathbed, and a psychiatrist with whom she's having an affair hypnotizes him so they can get him to sign all his money over to his wife before he dies. The husband dies when he is still in a trance and becomes stuck between the two worlds, and seeks revenge and release. 

"The Black Cat." A forensic photographer resents his girlfriend bringing a stray cat home. He dispatches the little furball, only to find out he can't rid himself of it that easily. Based on stories by E. A. Poe. 

Two experts and veteran film makers, George Romero and Dario Argento, transform two unknown Edgar Allan Poe's stories in a powerful and authorial cinematography's experience. Argento directs the best episode, about a photographer whose specialty resides in deaths and murders, and who is becoming a psychopath due to the metropolitan brutality that he testifies (and Argento exaggerates in this scenes,as always: the beginning of the film is a truly punch in the stomach). Harvey Keitel is great in this role, the kind of acting that made him famous. Argento uses quick edition, complex and original camera movements, and an extremely gloomy and unpleasant photography to accentuate the morbid climate that permeates most of his films.
 Two Evil Eyes (1990)

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