VAULT OF HORROR PRESENTS THE GATES OF HELL TRILOGY – STARBURST Magazine

VAULT OF HORROR PRESENTS THE GATES OF HELL TRILOGY – STARBURST Magazine

VAULT OF HORROR PRESENTS THE GATES OF HELL TRILOGY – STARBURST Magazine

VAULT OF HORROR PRESENTS THE GATES OF HELL TRILOGY / COMPOSER: FABIO FRIZZI, WALTER RIZZATI, ALLESANDRO BLONKSTEINER / LABEL: DEMON RECORDS / RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW Over the past decade, several labels have seen fit to reissue the scores to Italian director Lucio Fulci’s Gate of Hell trilogy of films on vinyl: City of the … Continued

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THE BLACK CAT – STARBURST Magazine

THE BLACK CAT – STARBURST Magazine

THE BLACK CAT – STARBURST Magazine

Cadabra Records is perhaps best-known for their adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft stories, but the recent move toward adapting some of Edgar Allen Poe’s most notable stories and poems has resulted in some of their best work yet. Anthony D.P. Mann’s reading of Poe’s The Black Cat, with music by legendary genre composer Fabio Frizzi, is … Continued

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PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH OST – STARBURST Magazine

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH OST – STARBURST Magazine

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH OST – STARBURST Magazine

Since 1990’s Cat in the Brain, the last score Fabio Frizzi did for director Lucio Fulci, the composer has scored rather infrequently, with the majority of his work for Italian televsion or short films. With the exception of 2016’s Abbraccialo per me and House of Forbidden Secrets in 2013, Frizzi has been rather absent from … Continued

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Halloween Horror Marathon – The Beyond

poster - The Beyond
The Beyond is Lucio Fulci’s best-known film, and a legitmate cult favorite. It was re-released into theaters by Quentin Tarantino’s Rolling Thunder Pictures a few years back, and finally saw uncut release on DVD through Grindhouse Releasing, after years of only being available in the States as a heavily edited version under the title Seven Doors of Death.

That said, watching The Beyond for the marathon is only the second time I’ve ever seen it. Somehow, I’ve seen City of the Living Dead way more, and tomorrow’s movie — House By the Cemetery — even more than that.
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