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Desc:This trailer is beyond words... Lucio Fulci is insane :D
Category:Trailers, Horror
Tags:horror, lucio fulci, wtf, what?, itallian
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ashtar. - 2015-04-05
Sweet retrowave soundtrack. Is that Perturbator? Lazerhawk?
spicediver - 2015-04-05
Oh my god. Towards the end of his career Fulci made many truly terrible telemovies and this is one of them. He was past caring, and quite ill apparently.

Note: if you thought the little boy's annoying voice in House By The Cemetery (1981) was the actor's fault, here's proof that it wasn't. An American kid's voice (a girl?) was dubbed over the original Italian actor in HBTC, and that same appalling voice has been dubbed over the boy actor in this film as well.
Old_Zircon - 2015-04-05
I love House By the Cemetary.

You can tell he was off his game near the end, because there isn't nearly as much zooming in this as I've come to expect from him.

infinite zest - 2015-04-05
I'm only familiar with his early stuff, mostly the unofficial Night of the Living Dead sequels and New York Ripper. But I do like this soundtrack more than what I remember of those films from what little I've watched of the whole thing. I'll check it out.

Nikon - 2015-04-05
It sounds like the same folks who did the dubbing in Pod People.
"Trompey, you can do magic things!"

spicediver - 2015-04-05
Zircon - I love HBTC too. Amazing gothic atmosphere, great music, and a pretty strange boogyman. What really surprised me about Fulci was my discovery of his early giallos from the 1970's, before he moved into zombie/supernatural films, eg. The Psychic aka Seven Notes in Black and Don't Torture A Duckling. He was really good at that genre too.

betabox - 2015-04-06
It is/was pretty common to have women dub children's voices, especially in lower budget productions.

Adham Nu'man - 2015-04-05
Italian Beetlejuice
betamaxed - 2015-04-05
Wow, that's fucking nuts.
betamaxed - 2015-04-05
The whole thing is available on youtube here:


Jet Bin Fever - 2015-04-06
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