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Quote from: FAB PressOur goal is to re-issue Stephen Thrower's acclaimed Lucio Fulci book Beyond Terror in a massively revised and expanded edition along with an exclusive DVD of all known Lucio Fulci trailers, gathered together for the first time ever, all presented in a heavy duty case modelled on the Book of Eibon.
QuoteSaxana has the enthusiasm, but lacks the right talent to become a witch. So she's kept in for 300 years - nothing unusual for a sorceress' school. Being bored, she skims through the magicians' lexicon and finds a formula which brings her into the world of the humans for 48 hours. There she meets the friendly Peter who takes her with him to school... and the adventures begin.
QuoteTHE EARLY SOUND ERA OF film was like the Wild West when it came to making movies. It was into this experimental milieu that a series of short films that used all-dog casts was produced between 1929 and 1931.Professionally trained canines were the stars of the "all-barkie" Dogville Comedies. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer produced the nine shorts as parodies of Hollywood's hits. The films were shot with silent film and dubbed over with human speech, utilizing the voices of the creators Jules White and Zion Myers, as well as their colleague Pete Smith. According to Jan-Christopher Horak, the director of UCLA's film and television archive, it is likely that other contracted MGM actors and actresses also lent their voices to the films, although none of that work was credited.To a modern viewer, it can be hard to tell who the audience of these films were. It might seem like a canine cast is best suited for children, but the plots were often mature, featuring adultery, murder, and even cannibalism.
Quote from: RegularKarate on August 08, 2017, 02:42:36 PMThey show these at the Drafthouse pre-show sometimes. Isn't there one that's a murder mystery?