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Gore Monger: How Lucio Fulci Helped Redefine Italian Horror

To some degree Italian horror used to dictate the landscape of American horror. The Giallo films of yesteryear, for example, paved the way for the American slasher film. Directors like Dario Argento w...

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Chronicling the Death of Italian Horror Cinema

There was a time, fondly remembered and not all that long ago, when Italy was the pinnacle of horror filmmaking. In the 1960’s Mario Bava helped define the giallo, a precursor to the American slasher ...

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Seven of the Greatest Years for Horror Fans

Hollywood is in the thick of the superhero era, pushing out movies following the adventures of costumed crusaders too frequently for anyone but lifelong fans to keep up. Horror movies have experienced...

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City of the Living Dead: Fulci’s Strangest or Most Effective Movie?

Lucio Fulci did not make movies with traditional plot or character arcs. He wasn’t interested in these things. His films relied heavily on atmosphere. They showcased gory effects that would shock and ...

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Top Five Lucio Fulci Films

Lucio Fulci shares the “godfather of gore” title with fellow director Herschell Gordon Lewis. But Fulci may win between the two of them solely for the visceral response his movies evoke. They’re very ...

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Mondo Acquires Death Waltz Recording Company

We have big news for vinyl aficionados: We’ve just learned that popular vinyl manufacturer Mondo has acquired Death Waltz Recording Company. Mondo was behind the vinyl release of the Maniac (198...

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