Michele De Angelis worked with Lucio Fulci on several projects in the late 80s. He was around 20 years old and had a great passion for cinema, a passion that still moves him. It’s with pleasure that he agreed to answer some questions about the man he calls his “master”. He also gave us some […]
An Ampire Films/Labrador Films/Star Films S.A./Studio du Dragon production Director : Enzo G. Castellari Screenplay : Enzo G. Castellari, Sandro Continenza, Lucio Fulci, Leonardo Martín Cinematography : Guglielmo Mancori Editor : Vincenzo Tomassi Music : Francesco de Masi With : Rosanna Schiaffino (Elena), Giancarlo Giannini (Ulisse), Philippe Leroy (Hector), Vittorio De Sica (Giove)…
Following on from the success of 2014’s remaster Zombie Holocaust and Burial Ground fan-funding project, 88 Films is back with a much more ambitious project… This time the ultimate goal is to remaster 4 classic Italian exploitation films in 2K resolution including Aenigma. Click here for more information.
- Author : Andreas Bethmann
- Release Date : 2001
- 160 pages
An Italian International Film production Director : Giuseppe Orlandini Screenplay : Lucio Fulci, Roberto Gianviti, Dino Verde Cinematography : Franco Delli Colli Editor : Enzo Micarelli Music : Lallo Gori With : Franco Franchi (Franco di Carrapipi), Ciccio Ingrassia (Ciccio Visconte di Braghelunge), Janet Agren (Clorinda)…
The German independent DVD label ’84 Entertainment is set to release Don’t Torture a Duckling (Non si sevizia un paperino) on DVD/Blu-ray/CD. It will be a collector’s edition. It will also be the very first Blu-ray of this film in the world.
The Spanish publisher Tyrannosaurus Books has announced a new book on Lucio Fulci. Entitled Lucio Fulci – Autopsia de un cineasta, this book written by Javier Pueyo will be released in September 2015. Website of the publisher.
- Author : Claudio Calia, Massimo Perissinotto, Niccolò Storai
- Editor : Underground Press
- Release Date : 2006
- 150 pages