Madeline Milden Reviews – Episode 3

Dario Argento's 2009 slasher, Giallo

Here our cat-loving film reviewer Madeline Milden (wearing an eye-catching black top adorned with small gold chains in front) reviews Dario Argento’s 2009 slasher, Giallo, a film that was spawned from Italian pulp mystery novels.

Madeline also gives a brief history on giallo films, the first of which was Mario Bava’s 1963 gem, The Girl Who Knew Too Much. Argento carried on with his 1970 film The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and if you think Madeline stops there, she doesn’t. The continuation of the above video is right below, where Madeline tells us what makes a giallo film a giallo film.

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Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Chris flirted with the music business there and in Nashville before joining the U.S. Army and serving in South Korea. He remained in Asia for several years afterwards, teaching English and covering the regional entertainment scenes. Currently in a mindset between Seoul and San Francisco, besides Idol Features, you can also catch his writings in the print edition of the quarterly magazine, Effective.

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