Speaking purely for myself, I prefer Lucio Fulci to Dario Argento. For my money Argento's movies were just fancied up slaughter-fests while Fulci's were more down and dirty. If you're a fan too, you are going to LOVE the following collectible from one of Fulci's finest films, The Beyond!
Although the actual date for Hudson Horror Show IV: A December to Dismember is over five months away, festival creators Chris Alo and Tad Leger have announced a full slate of films for the event.
When Lucio Fulci concluded The Beyond with the words "And you will face the sea of darkness, and all therein that may be explored", he might as well have been referring to the banner year of 1981.
If you just happen to be one of the (we’re sure) many Fulci lovers waiting to get your grubby mitts on Arrow Video’s stupendous new Blu-ray/DVD release of The Beyond, we have an important piece of information for you, as a potential issue has been discovered with some copies that Arrow wish to put right. Read on!
With all the AFM news that's come out over the past few days, you'd think there's nothing else going on anywhere. But just down the road from AFM's LA home, in sunny San Diego, a brand new film festival is set to kick off this weekend on November 6th ... Horrible Imaginings: The Horror Film Festival of San Diego.
If you live in the NYC area and are fiending to see some amazing Italian zombie films, you are in luck! From July 15th-29th, the Museum of Arts & Design is kick-starting its regular programming with an almost all Italian zombie film line-up that prominently features the films of Lucio Fulci and Lamberto Bava!
Grindhouse Releasing is set to bring Lucio Fulci's out-of-print The Beyond back to horror fans with a far from plain DVD.
We just received a heads up from Shawn over at Rotten Cotton (who have 15 brand-new shirt designs on the way; see the first three on their MySpace page) that the official site for Grindhouse Releasing is alive!