Reviews Tagged with Lucio Fulci

The Beyond (1981)

Behind this doorway lie the terrifying and unspeakable secrets of hell.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

The Beyond - Behind this doorway lie the terrifying and unspeakable secrets of hell.

Lucio Fulci has definitely created an Italian zombie movie classic with The Beyond. This movie is much more than your traditional slow moving zombie flick and at this moment in time I would rate it as Fulci's best zombie movie.The movie begins in Louisiana, 1927, when a group of vigilantes break into the "seven doors hotel" and drag the occupant of... Click to read more "The Beyond"

New York Ripper (1982)

"The duck became a sort of outside avenger..."
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Hellbound Heart

New York Ripper - New York City: It's a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to die there!

Ah, Lucio Fulci. He stopped making sex comedies just in time for his now-legendary forays into horror to get him banned in the UK. Mr. Fulci has the dubious honour of three of his films - The Beyond, The House by the Cemetery and Zombie - appearing on the infamous video nasties list of '84, a list dominated, incidentally, by his countrymen. New Yor... Click to read more "New York Ripper"

The Sweet House of Horrors (1989)

Grisly and claustrophobic... and made for TV.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

The Sweet House of Horrors (La dolce casa degli orrori)

It may well be maybe a possibly well know fact that when Lucio Fulci made non-zombie films he was out of his nut on various psychotropic drugs. A huge chunk of apparent evidence is in The Sweet House of Horrors (La dolce casa degli orrori). As the infamous master of gore, Fulci manages to take potentially no gruesome situations and fill them with b... Click to read more "The Sweet House of Horrors"

Zombie (1979)

When the earth spits out the dead, they will rise to suck the blood of the living!
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Zombie - When the earth spits out the dead, they will rise to suck the blood of the living!

In 1979, horror director Lucio Fulci droppped Zombie. Confusingly the movie was known as Zombi 2 in various parts of the world as the makers cunning marketing ploy tried to fool the public into thinking that this movie was a sequel to George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead which was renamed Zombi when released in Italy. To further confuse the issue th... Click to read more "Zombie"