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The House by the Cemetery (Uncut, 1981) Movie Review

24 May 2009 8:18 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

UK gore and horror fans have real reason to rejoice as Lucio Fulci’s 1981 gut muncher “The House by the Cemetery” has at last been passed uncut by the dreaded BBFC. The film now returns to DVD in all its gruesome glory via Arrow Video as part of their Masters of Giallo series, and comes complete with trailers, a deleted scene and a pleasant, if not exactly earth shattering short feature on the legendary Italian director’s career. A fair amount of work has also gone into the packaging, with the original artwork being accompanied by some specially commissioned lurid art that nicely capture the spirit of the film. The film is set in New England, as the unfortunate Dr Boyle (Paolo Malco, also in Fulci’s notorious “New York Ripper”), his wife Lucy (Catriona MacColl, another Fulci and Italian horror veteran, also in “The Beyond” and “City of the »

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