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Tag: Lucio Fulci
Blecch Glasses: Dario Argento And The Limitations Of Creativity
Occhiali Neri has been hailed as Argento’s great comeback movie – but is it too little, too late from a director whose artistic visions seem long exhausted?
Banned And Damned: Sex, Violence And Blasphemy On Channel 4 In The 1990s
Provocative documentaries about forbidden culture, from the days when Channel 4 was still a credible and daring broadcaster.
Cozzilla: Luigi Cozzi’s Godzilla
The mad folly of the psychedelic, spectoramic, Futursound-enhanced 1977 Italian version of the Japanese monster movie classic.
Paging Dr Freudstein – Lucio Fulci’s The House By The Cemetery Re-Examined
The Italian gore maestro’s gothic spectacular is both grandiosely ambitious and irritatingly flawed.
The Beyond – Lucio Fulci’s Trip Into Atmospheric Ultraviolence
Lucio Fulci’s collision of Lovecraftian gothic and hardgore splatter is visually and stylistically impressive, but somewhat overrated.
Video Nasty Icon Ian McCulloch’s Lost Pop Career
The lost mid-Sixties psych-folk career of Britain’s reluctant Italian horror star.
The Sex And Horror Film Posters Of Enzo Sciotti
The iconic and outrageous illustrations of Italy’s most recognisable movie poster artist.
Lucio Fulci’s Comedies, Thrillers And Westerns
The other films from the Godfather of Gore.