Directed by Sergio Stivaletti
In the mid-‘90s, Dario Argento approached a physically and professionally ailing Lucio Fulci to direct one final production, an over-the-top shocker about grisly murders at a Rome wax museum. But when Fulci passed away only weeks before filming began, Argento turned to Sergio Stivaletti – the FX genius on PHENOMENA, OPERA, DEMONS to make his feature-directing debut.
Stivaletti, Argento and Fulci collaborate on a tale of grisly murders around a Rome wax museum.
Cast: Robert Hossein, Romina Mondello, Riccardo Serventi Longhi, Gabriella Giorgelli, Umberto Balli
A pretty good film overall. You can still a lot of Fulci's style in the script, even though Argento had a lot to do with the final project. The FX makeup and music were magnificent.
fairly good.many touches of fulci even though he didnt live to do more than write it.
One of the better wax museum movies that I've seen in quite some time.
great film....splendid gory set pieces
3 skullets out of 5