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Author Topic: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)  (Read 7639 times)

KommissarX

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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #15 on: 07 Nov 2008 - 20:48 »

So what about the Fuest/Clemens commentary: stale or entertaining? Has anyone listened to it? I personally think audio commentaries are usually the most valuable extras on a dvd, but if not done properly they can easily turn into yawn-inducing snoozefests.  :-X
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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #16 on: 07 Nov 2008 - 21:34 »

I personally think audio commentaries are usually the most valuable extras on a dvd, but if not done properly they can easily turn into yawn-inducing snoozefests.  :-X
When there was commentaries on laser discs it was something special and i used to listen to them, nowdays i'd say commentaries are two a penny and i only listen to certain ones or ones i have heard are entertaining.
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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #17 on: 21 Mar 2009 - 13:14 »

And we're getting another remake:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1391034/
When will the genre be milked dry? How many more "American teenagers in peril" movies can this world take before it will implode? Place your own complaints here: ___________ :-*
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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #18 on: 21 Mar 2009 - 13:26 »

It's set in Argentina with American girls in peril.

Why didn't they call it TOURISTAS 2?

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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #19 on: 17 Oct 2010 - 19:28 »

I wonder if someone knows of an original locandina for this one,or was it never released theatrically in Italy?

I found And Soon (Il mostro della strada di campagna) to be a very interesting British thriller for it's time.
It also reminded me a bit of the Italian "schoolgirls in peril" subgenre which became popular later.
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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #20 on: 17 Oct 2010 - 19:41 »

I wonder if someone knows of an original locandina for this one,or was it never released theatrically in Italy?

Here's one of the posters from the Italian cinema release.There was also at least one vhs release that i know of on the TorinoVideo label.
The dvd is also well worth checking out and includes both Italian and English language options.



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Re: And Soon the Darkness (Robert Fuest, 1970)
« Reply #21 on: 18 Oct 2010 - 20:58 »

So what about the Fuest/Clemens commentary: stale or entertaining? Has anyone listened to it? I personally think audio commentaries are usually the most valuable extras on a dvd, but if not done properly they can easily turn into yawn-inducing snoozefests.  :-X

I give the commentary high marks.  Very informative and entertaining.
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