Black Sunday (1960)

Giallo is a literary genre and style of film making popularized in Italy during the 1930s. It originally referred to pulp mystery or crime noir stories, but later evolved into a brand of gothic horror films. Luminaries of the genre include Dario Argento, Mario Bava and Lucio Fulci.
(See Also: Giallo films)
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