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A Cat in the Brain back to product details

written by stypee May 27, 2004 - 9:13 PM PDT
4 out of 5 members found this review helpful
Fulci, one of the Italian greats of horror, displays an examination of a tortured director (played by himself) who can't seem to release the graphic images he's created on film. It's essentially a cheap compilation piece drifting back and forth from popular and not-so popular Fulci films. He looks silly acting upset over his damaged "creations" living a tortured soul. Essentially it's like a long wait to get on a ride at an amusement theme park. A completely uninspired quickie that would only spark an interest if you just want to jump to the icky, gooey stuff and avoid the sometimes confusing story-lines from his previous movies.

To see Fulci at his best experience films like THE BEYOND, GATES OF HELL, HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY to name just a few. Save yourself the boredom from this cheese ball "clip show".


(Average 6.18)
22 Votes
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