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Now Playing at the House of Grind—The Beyond

I’ve accepted the fact that Italian horror maestro Lucio Fulci and I have a strained relationship. It’s nothing personal. Although I appreciate his work, it rarely engages me emotionally. I know this makes me tragically uncool, but there it is. I’ve said it. Dario Argento and Mario Bava? I love those guys, but Fulci? We [...]

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Tiffany’s Italian Job—Nympha

Over the years, in my unofficial quest to see every film in the Tiffany Shepis oeuvre, I’ve followed La Shepis many places and she’s shown me many things. But never has she shown me anything quite like Nympha, her 2007 flick with filmmaker Ivan Zuccon. But, to be fair, nobody has ever really shown me [...]

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Baba Yaga (aka Kiss Me Kill Me)

Well, we made it. It’s the last stop on Slammed & Damned’s whirlwind European tour. We’ve seen four Euro horror films in four days. And while we haven’t seen all that much of Europe, we have seen four very different styles of Euro horror. First, it was Devil’s Nightmare, a slightly sleazy Belgian/Italian film. Then [...]

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Kill, Baby…Kill!

Here we are on day three of Slammed & Damned’s Euro Horror Week, during which we’re taking a look at the flicks in a DVD four-pack called Blood Bath. If you remember, we began in Italy 1971 and then shot over to Spain 1982. Now we’re back in Italy again. Even though we seem to [...]

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