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Argento's Mother of Tears trailer

DarioArgento.jpgThe new The Mother of Tears (La Terza madre) trailer is online, the latest horror film from the legend that is Dario Argento and starring Asia Argento and that superb star Udo Keir.

I've already seen a couple of trailers, and this one doesn't look the best, although it provides us with a stronger sense of the story.

The previous trailers have been a tad more explicit, and this one feels slightly cheesy and strung together, and if they repeated Mother of Tears once more in the trailer I think I was going to shout at the screen!

The film is the third part of the Three Mothers trilogy and tells the story of an ancient urn which is discovered and opened, the arrival of women in the centre of Rome coinciding with the opening and a growing number of violent and terrible crimes, and the rise of the Third Mother herself, the last of the three most powerful witches. Only Asia Argento's character can stop them, but she must find her own powers first.

You can see the trailer over at Bloody Disgusting [Flash].

I know a big Dario Argento fan, so it will be interesting to see if this holds up to his critical eye.



Looks interesting but I'm more excited that Goblin are doing the soundtrack! The Suspiria (Mother 1) soundtrack is an absolute classic.

I'd forgotten all about this movie! Gotta dust off some of my Argento DVDs..

There you go, I didn't think you'd be quite that quick in answering Mr Morrow.



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