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Zombie Flesh Eaters And Others In Italian Horror (Part 2)

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Posted 31st May 2010 at 10:45 AM by Bringer Of Funerals

Welcome to part 2.

In part 1 I forgot to mention THE BEYOND, that is an all ime fave of mine, it held mystery, top gore and a strange ending. It was brilliant.

The genre to me is what horror should be - all out balls to the wall gore and a good story as well. I was always curious about New York Ripper so i bought the Shameless edition.

It was a brilliant film worthy of any horror fan's dvd collection.

I was always the type of child that wanted things I wasn't allowed. (Read my Exorcist blog for that). When I finally watched American horror I found it dull, boring and diluted - like the Americans were gearing and aiming it towards the 12 year olds.

It even had rock music by Marilyn Manson, Disturbed and a few more to keep the kids interested.

The Italian horror was cheaper made by money standards but the Italians cared more about the genre, they made good use of the limited budget they had, made an atmosphere Americans would kill for and more importantly they cared what the viewers thought.

Their films were for the adults.

Even the Italian Western films were shitting all over American Westerns. I know this seems a bit biased but for me the foreign films are better.

Thank you for reading
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