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Dr. Lucio Fulci is a director of splatterfilms. He stages a gestapo-orgy like it was any other movie scene. But he is influenced by these things more than he likes. He is hunted by bloody visions day by day. Is Fulci still normal? He asks a psychatrist. He doesn't know that the psychatrist has much bigger problems than Fulci himself. The psychatrist uses Fulci's visions for brutal murders in real life... Written by
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Halloween Marathon, part 3: Dr Fulci's A cat in the brain
What i have to say about Lucio Fulci ? He is a master, without a big budget, he was able to make awesome horror movies, with good gore effects.
In A cat in the brain, Fulci plays himself, Fulci is "tormented" by visions of his own horror creations. He tries to get help from a psychiatrist, but the psychiatrist is making the things worse....he "hypnotizes" Fulci, in order to make him do brutal murders in real life !
There is a lot of stock footage, especially for the gore scenes, but it's well edited into the movie.
I have to say that Fulci made a good work, with a low budget, even if it uses stock footage it's still a good film.
Fulci Lives !
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