I watched this over the weekend and was mildly entertained. However the whole production kind of had a strange sega-cd like feel. What I mean is, remember when cd-based video games first came out? They had some digitized videos used as cut-scenes. This film felt kind of like that somehow.
I'm not quite sure what I can fault Argento with here. I can't pinpoint what he did wrong, or to put it more accurately, what he did any different than he usually does. I think I'll give it another viewing before really deciding.