Keyword : Italian Horror
A surprising examination of the two-way lineage between Federico Fellini and Italian horror cinema.
Career overview of lesser known Italian director Marcello Aliprandi.
A detailed analysis of Barilli's two unjustly lesser known filoni, The Perfume of the Lady in Black and Pensione Paura.
An interview with one of Italian cinema's most fascinating characters, Francesco Barilli.
A detailed review of Roberto Curti's outstanding analysis of all things Italian gothic.
A review of the DVD Severin release of Fulci's final film, Door into Silence.
A psychoanalytical defense of Dario Argento against claims of misogyny.
Dario Argento lives up to his often noted and inappropriate monicker, The Italian Hitchcock.
Offscreen is pleased to announce the recent publication of a book co-written by author Tommaso La Selva and Offscreen’s man-in-Italy, Roberto Curti: Sex and Violence: journey into the cinema of the extreme. Totaro reviews this important Italian contribution to horror film scholarship.
Perhaps not the best giallo ever made, but an interesting entry into the female paranoia film.
Image Entertainment presents for the first time in North America, the uncut, English dub version of Mario Bava's gothic masterpiece, The Mask of Satan (re-titled Black Sunday by AIP for its US release in 1961).
For the uninitiated (which included me) Eurofest is a one-day smorgasbord of European horror and sleaze that has included over its four-year life-span zombie mayhem, giallo madness and action-adventure.
With a healthy majority of Fant-Asia's International section devoted to Italian horror I thought it would be appropriate to get things rolling with some thoughts on Italian style horror.
During the Hollywood Studio period (roughly 1920 to 1950), the demarcation line between the majors and the independents was quite clear. The majors, the “Big Five” (Warners, MGM, RKO, Paramount, Fox) and “Little Three” (Columbia, Universal, United).
Lucio Fulci's archetypical Italian zombie epic The Beyond plays at Fantasia in a pristine 35mm print.
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