THE THING (1982) reviews and overview of sci-fi horror classic

‘Man is the warmest place to hide’ The Thing is a 1982 American science-fiction horror feature film directed by John Carpenter (Vampires; Christine; Halloween, The Fog), written by Bill Lancaster, and …

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Horror Express – Spain | UK, 1972 – reviews

‘A non-stop ride to Hell!!’ Horror Express – aka Pánico en el Transiberiano (“Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express”) – is a 1972 British-Spanish science fiction horror feature film directed by Eugenio Martin (A …

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The Antichrist – Italy, 1974 – reviews

‘Deliver her from evil.’ The Antichrist – original title: ”L’anticristo – is a 1974 Italian supernatural horror feature film directed by Alberto De Martino (Formula for a Murder; Holocaust 2000; The Blancheville Monster) …

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Trailer Park Shark (2017) reviews

‘No more Mr. Nice Shark’ Trailer Park Shark – aka Shark Shock – is a 2017 American action horror feature film written and directed by Griff Furst (Atomic Shark; Swamp Shark; Starve; Ghost …

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Wolf (1994) reviews and overview

‘The animal is out.’ Wolf is a 1994 American supernatural horror feature film directed by Mike Nichols (The Graduate) and written by Jim Harrison, Wesley Strick, and an uncredited Elaine …

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Stelvio Cipriani – composer

Stelvio Cipriani – born 20 August 1937, in Rome, died 1 October 2018 – was an Italian composer, mostly of movie soundtracks, many of which were for genre films, including, horror, giallo …

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Hitch-Hike (1977) reviews and overview

Hitch-Hike – original title: Autostop rosso sangue – also known as Hitchhike, Death Drive and The Naked Prey, is a 1977 Italian crime-exploitation film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. The movie stars Franco Nero and Corinne Cléry as a couple in a troubled …

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Windows – USA, 1980 – reviews

Windows is a 1980 American psycho thriller film starring Talia Shire (Prophecy), Joseph Cortese and Elizabeth Ashley, directed by cinematographer Gordon Willis (The Godfather and sequel) from a screenplay by Barry Siegel. The soundtrack score was composed by Ennio Morricone. …

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Fabio Frizzi – musician and composer

Fabio Frizzi is an Italian musician and composer. Born in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, on July 2, 1951, Frizzi is best known for his film scores and work for television. A frequent collaborator with the director Lucio Fulci, his horror …

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Goblin – rock band

Goblin is an Italian progressive rock band formed from the ashes of two bands, Oliver and Cherry Five, by keyboardist Claudio Simonetti (born in 1952 in São Paulo), guitarist Massimo Morante (born in 1952 in Rome), …

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