Tag Archives: Fabio Frizzi

Turn Your Insides Inside-Out With Cauldron Films’ ‘City Of The Living Dead’ (1980) 4K UHD Set Review

You know from that opening scream, things are about to get strange. And “strange” is a very apt term to describe director Lucio Fulci’s splattery masterpiece, City of the Living Dead. After two very different Blu-ray releases, Cauldron Films has upped the ante with their new 4K transfer. Synopsis: “A …

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Lucio Fulci’s ‘The Psychic’ (1977) Available Now On Digital and UK Blu-ray

The Psychic (1977)

You may have heard it called Sette note in nero. To some it’s Murder To The Tune Of Seven Black Notes. We are, of course, talking about Lucio Fulci’s classic 1977 horror film The Psychic. Fans rejoice: the film is available now on UK Blu-ray and digital! Click here for …

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‘House of Forbidden Secrets’ (2013): An Italian Horror Homage Movie Review

Few directors of the ’70s and ’80s era of Italian horror are held in such high regard as Lucio Fulci. With gruesome titles like The House by the Cemetery and City of the Living Dead, it’s safe to say that this horror legend had his own refined style of goretastic thrills, chills …

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Blue Underground Announces ‘Zombie’ 40th Anniversary Blu-ray


If you’re a genre fan and you’re not familiar with Blue Underground, you need to look them up! They are an entertainment company dedicated to guilty pleasures for adventurous movie lovers. Their goal is to bring cool movies to fans all over the world in beautiful, Criterion-level special editions. Their …

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Acclaimed 17 Minute Horror Film ‘Saint Frankenstein’ is Now Free on Vimeo

saint frankenstein

Personally, I love horror shorts and any chance I can watch them I do. That’s why I’m totally stoked to check out the acclaimed 17 minute horror short film, Saint Frankenstein, on Vimeo soon! This is the latest film from legendary underground NYC writer/director Scooter McCrae (Shatter Dead, Sixteen Tongues). …

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Musician IslandRocks is Re-visioning the Retro Movie Theme!

I’ve been watching horror cinema faithfully since High School in the early nineties. When I discovered Italian cinema, my mind was blown, especially Lucio Fulci, Umberto Lenzi, Ruggero Deodato and Dario Argento. In the early wave before a lot of these films even got good VHS treatment from companies like …

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P.O.E. 4: The Black Cat (2017) Film Review

The P.O.E. films are probably one of the more unique anthology series out there. The titles have been producing a various number of interesting interpretations on the late writer’s work. Thus far, I have only seen P.O.E. 3: Pieces Of Eldrich besides this fourth installment, but I do have P.O.E. …

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