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Author Topic: City of the Living Dead / Paura nella città dei morti viventi (Lucio Fulci 1980)  (Read 25102 times)

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Some of the audience reactions were priceless!
To be honest even though I like to watch things like this on the big screen I always get annoyed with the experience because of assholes laughing all the way through them with the dubbing, effects etc
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Some of the audience reactions were priceless!
To be honest even though I like to watch things like this on the big screen I always get annoyed with the experience because of assholes laughing all the way through them with the dubbing, effects etc
I know what you mean, and if an audience is clearly behaving in a derogatory manner toward a classic film, I get upset, too. I don't think that was necessarily the case here. Sure, the audience laughed and talked back at some of the more absurd parts (and let's face it, this film has its share of those), but it wasn't in a mean-spirited way; they were just having fun with it. They were suitably appalled at some of the signature gore scenes. It amazes me how well the drill effect still holds up; if the film were made today, it would be done with CGI and it would look like complete shit. I got the feeling that the audience understood that, and appreciated it.
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Why do none of these releases have a decent sleeve?
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This movie comes close to being my favorite Fulci flick next to Zombie. I don't own the BU BD yet, but am I the only nut that thinks this looks great on dvd? I love the grain and the darkness adds to the atmosphere. I love the sequence when Katriana McColl and the other guy are in the underground tomb.Pretty awesome.

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