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
Great, incoherent, badly-dubbed, gross Italian horror set in the US state of Boston. AKA, a Fulci movie.
a fun Italian horror film with quit a bit of cheese.
Pretty gruesome but good Italian Horror from a legend. You'll enjoy...just ignore...The Bob.
In the plus column, the gore and effects are pretty good (Fulci was clearly proud of the arterial spray in one scene). Plus the music was pretty dope. In the minus column, the dubbing was truly terrible and it all made no sense. There are better Fulci movies to be found.
The dubbing on the main child actor is insanely bad, although it almost makes this more surreal to watch.