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J.C. Chandor‘s All Is Lost has completely blown everyone away at the Cannes Film Festival. (I didn’t […]Great Minds
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Randy treks into the Valley of the Dolls and brings plenty of provisions with him.
Step inside if you dare.
Ovidio Assonitis (credited as Oliver Hellman) directed this popular Exorcist rip-off, which inspired an unsuccessful lawsuit from Warner Bros. An open season of further Exorcist copies followed at home and abroad, but this was the trailblazer. Pregnant Juliet Mills alarms hubby Richard Johnson when she’s possessed by a projectile-vomiting demon. It was successful enough to inspire distributors to give otherwise unrelated films release titles like Beyond the Door II and Beyond the Door III–although the original Italian title was Chi Sei? (Who Are You?).
Why do we need monsters in the movies? John Landis explains.
Mark Goldblatt! (Also, Lucio Fulci.)
Also known as The Gates of Hell (among other titles), this gruesome entry is the first of a loose Lucio Fulci trilogy including The Beyond and The House By the Cemetery. When the Gates of Hell are opened, hordes of ravenous levitating zombies are unleashed and reporter Christopher George has to travel to Lovecraft’s Dunwich to close the portal before All Saint’s Day. Ace editor and sometimes director Mark Goldblatt makes his Trailer from Hell debut.
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