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Florinda Bolkan
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Anthropophagus: The Grim Reaper
Anthropophagus is famous for it's gore and it's poor pacing, and while the pacing wasn't very good (I expected it to be much worse, to be quite honest), it's unapologetic, raw and gore-filled finale made up for it. The cast, aside from the awful dubbing, is okay, but George Eastman as the villain really shines in it. He's incredibly intimidating, and really ups the creepy-factor. The location is fantastic, and really brings some moodiness to the film together with the lovely soundtrack. Overall I'd say the film is a mixed bag. It's badly paced and even worse dubbed, but it's got a lot of charm and whenever Eastman is on screen the movie gets so much more entertaining.
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The Conjuring 2
Slightly better than the first, in my opinion. The 2 hours just fly by.
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Opera
 Opera 9/10
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Opera
With beautifully crafted visuals and a great operatic (and sometimes heavy metal, because why not) soundtrack, Dario Argento's Opera ends up being my favorite film by the director. It's incredibly brutal, it's mean-spirited, it's sometimes sleazy, and it's very intense all the way through. It's everything you'd want in an Argento film, served with some of the greatest camera work I've seen in a horror film. As a detractor, the last 10 minutes is pretty unnecessary, but I liked the film enough to not really be bothered by it that much.
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Film Journal - June 2016 (32 movies items)

"@the giraffe I found "Don't Torture A Duckling" to be kinda overrated to be quite honest. The movie itself is pretty dry and not that entertaining as a giallo. I wouldn't say it's directly boring, it"


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Witchfinder General
Really dark, unpleasant and brutal period horror film, with the always great Vincent Price as one of the villains. It's definitively more of a "torture n' gore" shock-film than actually being a creepy or scary film, but the acting elevates it above the level of similar and more exploitive films from that time.
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Horror Express
A very entertaining old school monster movie, elevated from a standard b-movie by it's great cast of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing among others.
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All the Colors of the Dark
I sure do love a good giallo! This one is from Sergio Martino, the man behind one of my favorite giallo films, "Torso", and while I didn't like this one as much as that one (Mostly due to the ending) it's still a very stylish and visually impressive giallo. It's very dreamlike through it's runtime and downright nightmarish at times, reminding me of films like "Rosemary's Baby" and "Repulsion", where you start doubting what's real and not. The gore is pretty tame in this one, especially compared to say an Argento or Fulci film, but it doesn't need to be that explicit to work. It's dark and moody, with some stunning scenes of horror. I'd recommend this one to anyone fan of giallo films and moody 70's horror.
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