The House by the Cemetery
Directed by Lucio Fulci
Gruesome supernatural slayings begin after a family moves into their new house in the final entry in Lucio Fulci’s “Gates of Hell” trilogy. The Boyle’s new house hides a horrific history of murder and torment, including a recent familicide committed by Norman Boyle’s former colleague. But as Norman tries to uncover the mystery behind the murders, he uncovers an otherworldly secret that may be closer than he thinks. Though it’s tonally less apocalyptic than CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD and THE BEYOND, the creeping suspense and gory FX should satisfy any Fulci fan. Contains violence and gore.
Gruesome supernatural slayings begin after a family moves into their new house.
Cast: Catriona MacColl, Paolo Malco, Ania Pieroni, Giovanni Frezza, Silvia Collatina
I hate this movie, I hate the sound effects, I hated that kid, I hate the actors, I hate the music, and after now watching the “Gates of Hell” trilogy, I hate Lucio Fulci.
Creepy haunted house flick, some great practical gore effects. I like the subtlety of this compared to City and Beyond, whereas the others were full-on zombie films, this one had a mystery to it.
My least favourite in the Gates to Hell trilogy. Desperate for the kid to die just shut up his badly dubbed voice. It gets points for a great soundtrack and some great effects.
It was aight. Good tunes. Sexy beheading