Paura: Lucio Fulci Remembered - Volume 1

Paura: Lucio Fulci Remembered - Volume 1

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The life & times of the "Godfather of Gore" as seen through the eyes of his colleagues & peers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Paura: Lucio Fulci Remembered - Volume 1 torrent reviews

Julian T (jp) wrote: An incredibly disturbing true story. Sort of a real life 'Silence of the Lambs'. As far as made for TV movies, this has te be among the best I've ever seen. The script is very good and the acting is tight. The always underrated Forsythe in particular is simply chilling as Gacy. He really captures the dual personalities of Gacy; both his controlling cerebral side, as well as his unhinged and deranged side. Forsythe also manages to create a physically imposing figure, much as Gacy was in real life. The rest of the acting is also quite good, although I found Moss a little over the top in places. He does do a good job at conveying how his relationship with Gacy really facilitated Jason Moss's own decent to madness and eventual suicide. In addition to the script, story and acting, it is handled excellently from the directors chair. Its film methods serve the story and its tense psychological nature perfectly. It does a great job of telling the story faithfully and keeping its edge of your seat value. This is a seriously dark and twisted film with very little in the way of pulling punches, relief of any sort, or feel good moments. It is about as gritty a drama as there can be. The only couple negatives I can really mention are a few issues with pacing, as it definetly goes off on a couple of tangets that don't really end up going anywhere, and a couple of flawed performances by some secondary actors. In conclusion, this is a terrific and scary thriller. Gacy was without a doubt one of the most twisted and terrifying figures in American history, and this film does his character justice.

Teresa S (mx) wrote: (2008 Director: Brett Morgen) Animated & artistic portrayal of 1968 CHICAGO VIETNAM WAR PROTESTS...Co-stars Dylan Baker & the awesome Nick Nolte. Winner of Sundance Film Festival award. "Free speech died here under those clubs."

George J (es) wrote: Sad film but amazingly acted and thought provoking.

Dev S (us) wrote: Awesome movie. A tribute to the culture of surfing. Makes me wanna go to the beach.

John K (gb) wrote: Such an excellent cast for such a sub-par movie.

fakhruddin b (fr) wrote: its a good comidian film

Matt M (au) wrote: in the late nineties, early 2000s disney came up with a lot of these movies for tv. some of them have been pretty good. brink and johnny tsunami are the best of them IMO. good story, good premise, and kirsten storms (need i say more)

Richard L (ru) wrote: This movie is like a diluted (about three to four times), more psychological drama-oriented version of The War Game (Watkins 1965). The last 30 minutes are especially depressing.

Marlan M (us) wrote: I liked the beginning, but started to drag halfway through as I stopped caring about anything that was happening.

Greg W (fr) wrote: strong WWII & WWI melodrama

Deasia M (jp) wrote: it was very good. its makes you on edge.

Weaam M (au) wrote: one of my favorite movies! it's now on Dubai one! :))

Outcast O (de) wrote: Simply breathtaking! Everyone needs to see this!