Watch the Giallo Opening for Berberian Sound Studio


The opening credits for Berberian Sound Studio will take you back to some of Dario Argento’s classic giallo films. The buzz on the movie is a little interesting in that it depends entirely on who you ask. At any rate it sounds pretty interesting and the opening you can check out below is pretty damn spiffy.

1976: A timid soundf engineer from rural Surrey arrives in Italy to work on a mysterious horror film, mixing bloodcurdling screams with the grotesque sounds of hacked vegetables. But as the onscreen violence seeps into his consciousness reality and fantasy become blurred and the nightmare starts to awake. Daringly original and masterfully constructwed, this inspired homage to 70’s Giallo horror is a devastating assault on the eyes and brain, already being compared to the films of Imgmar Bergman and David Lynch.

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      1. Jeff C February 15, 2013 at 12:26 am

        Well I was intrigued too and now I wish I hadnt been! OMG! What a complete waste of time! It started off great, this meek timid British mama’s boy goes to work on a a film doing sound effects. Little does he know it’s a horror film, which you never see a bit of. That’s not a bad thing as it kept you thinking maybe you would and as each minutes passed I felt some impending doom coming. But it doesn’t! It just sort of ends. I was ready to scream! Anyway, maybe I just didn’t “get it” but I don’t care if I did it was just a big waste of my time!