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I have a love/hate relationship with Italian horror ﬁlms. On the one hand, they are some of the most stylish horror flicks around. Vivid colors, unique and memorable soundtracks, over-the-top ridiculous gore, beautiful women, interesting use of recurring motifs and symbolism, are all staples of the genre. However, theyʼre also, in general, incredibly poorly paced. The question usually is, are they stylish enough that the ﬁlmmaking keeps me entertained while the plot is dragging? Unfortunately for "Donʼt Look Now", the answer to that question is no. The ﬁlm, while having an interesting plot, has some serious pacing issues that detract from the overall experience and prevents it from being the classic that it could be.