The Beyond – film, Italy, 1981

British-based Shameless Films has announced that they are releasing The Beyond on Blu-ray with four different versions of the film’s prologue, plus the following additional new extras: ‘Emily’s Eyes’ – …

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Demonia – Italy, 1990

‘No evil deed goes undone.’ Demonia is a 1990 Italian supernatural horror feature film directed by Lucio Fulci (The Beyond; City of the Living Dead; Zombie Flesh Eaters; et al) …

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The New York Ripper – Italy, 1982

Blue Underground is re-issuing The New York Ripper in a new world premiere 4K restoration from its original camera negative, completely uncut and uncensored, and fully loaded with exclusive new …

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Manhattan Baby – Italy, 1982

‘A soul engulfed by evil!’ Manhattan Baby is a 1982 Italian supernatural horror feature film directed by Lucio Fulci from a screenplay by Elisa Briganti and Dardano Sacchetti. The film’s original Italian title …

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Lucio Fulci Poker Cards

Lucio Fulci Poker Cards were produced by UK-based company Gods and Monsters in 2015. It was their first project in conjunction with the Psychotronic Store. 1 High quality plastic-coated poker-sized …

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Ænigma aka Aenigma – Italy, 1987

Ænigma is a 1987 Italian supernatural horror feature film directed by Lucio Fulci (Zombie Flesh Eaters; City of the Living Dead; The Beyond; et al) from a screenplay co-written with …

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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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Don’t Torture a Duckling – Italy, 1972

Don’t Torture a Duckling – aka Non si sevizia un paperino – is a 1972 Italian giallo thriller feature film directed by Lucio Fulci. He has said in numerous interviews that he ranks this film …

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Vampix – British VHS label

Vampix was a British video label imprint that specialised in horror films. It was a subsidiary of distributor Videomedia. Most Vampix releases were British and European horror films from the 1960s …

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