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Two Evil Eyes [DVD] [1990] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A2V8T0
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Directors Dario Argento and George Romero adapt Edgar Allan Poe's The Facts About Mr. Valdeman and The Black Cat.

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By A Customer on 13 Sept. 2002
Format: DVD
I have mixed feelings about this film! It was directed by two big directors Romero and Argento and they adapted Poe's stories. How could something like that goes wrong?
Well Romero's part is a Zombie story that is so bad and lame, you have to see it to believe it. I nearly stopped watching the film after this one.
Thanks god Dario saves the day with a great rettelling of the Black Cat with a great Harvey Keitel, terrific camera movies and a fabulous Goblinesque Pino Donnaggio score.
If you want to get this film, be sure that you are a Dario Argento fan, cause he's the only reason to own this film!
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By Trevor Willsmer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 3 Nov. 2006
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Two Evil Eyes threatened to be another disappointment from Dario Argento, especially since the first half of this modernized Edgar Allen Poe double-header, The Facts in the Case of Mr Valdemar, directed by George A. Romero, felt like a competent but uninspired network TV compilation episode. So it's a real surprise just how much dark fun Argento has with The Black Cat, playfully riffing both on Poe's other short stories and classic movies (there's even a subtle Psycho moment where Martin Balsam's nosey neighbor finds himself at the foot of another staircase looking for another missing woman) as Harvey Keitel's crime photographer - first seen photographing the aftermath of a Pit and the Pendulum incident - finds his life going to Hell when he gets rid of the girlfriend's cat. It's not prime Argento, but compared to his stale going-through-the-motions later efforts like Phantom of the Opera, The Card Player and Phenomena, it'll remind you why you liked him in the first place.

Anchor Bay's deleted UK DVD includes the 50-minute documentary Dario Argento – An Eye for Horror and a stills gallery but curiously doesn't play the two stories as one continuous feature.
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Two Edgar Allen Poe tales, one directed buy George A Romero, the other by Dario Argento. This is classic horror, and no self respecting fan of the genre should be without this in their collection.
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Two Evil Eyes (1990) aka Due occhi diabolici is a horror anthology, or portmanteau, based on two tales by Edgar Allan Poe. The adaptations are directed by horror maestros Dario Argento and George A Romero. Tom Savini (Creepshow) provides the special effects and also has a cameo in The Black Cat segment.

Tale One:
The Facts in the Case of M Valdemar
Jessica Valdemar (Adrienne Barbeau) is having an affair with psychiatrist Dr Robert Hoffman (Ramy Zada), whilst her husband is dying of a terminal illness. Ernest Valdemar (Bingo O'Malley) is in the process of handing his estate over to his wife, despite protestations by his legal representative Steven Pike (E G Marshall). The two lovers have been using hypnosis to get what they want and Pike is aware that something is wrong. He warns Ernest that should he die in the next three weeks his wife will be investigated. Ernest dies under hypnosis and is subsequently stuck between two worlds. Ernest then seeks revenge and to also be released from limbo, whilst the lovers try to permanently end his life. The police (Tom Atkins) also take an interest in the situation. This is a traditional revenge story from the master of gothic fiction.

Tale Two:
The Black Cat
One of Poe's most popular tales sees Roderick Usher (Harvey Keitel) , a crime scene photographer who appreciates real life art, in a building surrounded by the body parts of various corpses; his job is to take photographs in a crime-ridden section of Pittsburgh for Detective Legrand (John Amos). He works on documenting the dead for Legrand in his basement darkroom. One day his work is disturbed by the arrival of a mysterious black cat taken in by his girlfriend Annabel (Madeleine Potter).
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Most people will be buying this for Dario's contribution, but Romero's contrbution isn't quite as bad as is often made out (it's still pretty terrible though). I have to say that this is probably my least favorite of Dario's movies, and it's not even to do with the length. It's a bit of a cliche but everytime Dario americanises his work (cat o'nine tails), the result never comes out his best (though Trauma is arguably an exception). The lyricism that acts as a hallmark to Dario's oeuvre is sadly lacking, and many of the characters are exteremely annoying.
However, the transfer is up to Anchor Bay's usual standards, and the inclusion of 'An Eye for Horror' as an extra is a generous extra (even though it's also available on the UK edition of Sleepless). If you're an Argento completist like me, you'll probably want to get it...
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