Brivido giallo (1986– )
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Until Death 

Per sempre (original title)
A sort of remake of "The Postman always ring twice", set in Italy, and with a horror twist at the end: the murdered husband comes back as a living dead looking for revenge...

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Gioia Scola ...
Linda
David Brandon ...
Carlo
Stefano De Sando ...
Il Maresciallo dei Carabinieri (as Giuseppe De Sando)
Roberto Pedicini ...
Luca
Marco Vivio ...
Alex
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Marco
Claudio De Angelis ...
Carlo (voice)
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A sort of remake of "The Postman always ring twice", set in Italy, and with a horror twist at the end: the murdered husband comes back as a living dead looking for revenge...

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This is the film that ended the partnership between Lucio Fulci and Dardano Sacchetti. Fulci claims he came up with the story, Sacchetti wrote a treatment and they were to make it together, but it continually fell through. Eventually Sacchetti copyrighted the story himself and made the film with Lamberto Bava. Sacchetti claims that the story had been his all along and Fulci was just upset because the project never took off with him as director. See more »

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Interesting idea
11 April 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have this on VHS as Changeling 2, obviously it's another of those Italian films advertised as a sequel that isn't really a sequel. It's interesting to see one of the actors from Stage Fright in this, and there are a few good moments, but it's mostly dull and boring. The music is good (some of it taken from Stage Fright) and so is the atmosphere, but there is little much else of interest. The story itself was interesting - it was just done in a boring way. The ending is rather confusing and silly. This is more of a drama than a horror, so I wouldn't recommend it to horror fans. If you love Italian films however, you may want to see it.


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