Fulci Talks

Fulci Talks

Mar. 08, 2021Italy80 Min.N/A
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Lucio Fulci (1927–1996) was an eclectic filmmaker who left his indelible mark on Italian genre cinema, taking on all kinds of films and ruling out none, and acting ever the professional even as he struggled with inadequate budgets. He started out making comedies and whodunits, including the classic giallo “Don’t Torture a Duckling” (1972), then turned to the horror genre in the late β€˜70s, directing pictures like “Zombie Flesh Eaters” (1979) and the famous “Gates of Hell” trilogy (1981–82), which prompted French film critics to dub him the ‘poet of the macabre’ and the ‘godfather of gore.’ Today his films are deemed the cornerstones of the splatter genre, receiving tributes from directors like Sam Raimi and Quentin Tarantino. Antonietta De Lillo pays homage to Fulci by revisiting his career and sharing a long unpublished interview with the legendary filmmaker.

Fulci Talks
Original title Fulci Talks - Conversazione Uncut con Lucio Fulci
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