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  • Lucio Fulci movies feature more blood and guts than your average slaughterhouse. That’s why the Italian director best-known for graphic was dubbed the “Godfather of Gore,” a lofty title shared by fellow splatter icon Herschell Gordon Lewis.

    Lucio Fulci movies feature more blood and guts than your average slaughterhouse. That’s why the Italian director best-known for graphic was dubbed the “Godfather of Gore,” a lofty title shared by fellow splatter icon Herschell Gordon Lewis.

  • A young girl inherits a creepy old hotel which houses one of the Seven Doors of Hell in its cellar. Cue melting faces and crumbling zombies in classic Fulci movie which makes an art of the gore and atmospherics.

    That completes our look at Lucio Fulci movies, but there are many more out there. In fact, the highly prolific film director turned out 56 motion pictures during his career, and they ranged from westerns and sci-fi to musicals. For a complete list, just consult our good friends over at the .

  • That completes our look at Lucio Fulci movies, but there are many more out there. In fact, the highly prolific film director turned out 56 motion pictures during his career, and they ranged from westerns and sci-fi to musicals. For a complete list, just consult our good friends over at the .

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Riccardo Freda’s MURDER OBSESSION (1981) is also known as MURDER SYNDROME, THE WAILING and FOLLIA OMOCIDA and HOMICIDAL FOLLIES OF 1981, although I should admit that the it’s only known by the last title in my immediate household. This movie was Freda’s final completed job, and reprises a lot of the giallo oddness of TRAGIC CEREMONY (AKA, and I’m not kidding this time, ESTRATTO DAGLI ARCHIVO SEGRETI DELLA POLIZIA DI UNA CAPITALE EUROPA), combining incestuous oedipal desires, black magic, and heads been split in two in unconvincing but undeniably enthusiastic closeup. Lacking a Mario Bava for opticals or a Carlo Rambaldi for physical effects, Freda has to make-do with pretty shabby SFX, but make-do is what Freda does best. And to his credit, he uses the gore effects as abrupt punctuations of his languid, trippy mood, rather than lingering sadistically on them until you can literally see the joins, as would be the case in most Lucio Fulci movies.