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Review: 'Argento's Dracula' has a little bite left

Review: 'Argento's Dracula' has a little bite left

Conventional wisdom holds that Dario Argento, maker of such classics as "Suspiria" and "Deep Red," has been running on fumes for years now. But his latest, "Argento's Dracula 3D," has enough going for it besides its alphabetically VOD-friendly title to prove that the Italian horror and suspense maestro shouldn't be entirely counted out.

At his best, Argento has a subversive wit and sinister perveyness somewhat analogous to that of photographer Helmut Newton, abstracting a sexy, decadent European glamour to reveal something ominous behind the stylish surfaces. 

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