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Crossclub: The Legend of the Living Dead (1999)

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Andreas Kleinböhl
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Only if you like Fulci.....
31 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I will go on record as stating Fulci has only done 4 movies...the Beyond, City of the Living Dead, House by the Cemetery, and Zombie2....everything else is trash and a poor excuse for cinema. I say this only because CrossClub opens with a dedication to Lucio Fulci...only this film seems to mimic those unmentionable films that Fucli has done. Now don't get me wrong...I'm not saying that this film is trash...rather I am saying it is up there with Bad...bad Fulci...I'm talking Black Cat, House of Clocks, Voices from Beyond...etc. I don't like Fulci and this film follows his lead which leads to my distaste. Further, I see so much independent German Horror that I tend to expect a bit more from releases...particularly on the XT or X-Rated Labels. This film may be a good entry into German Underground if you have not seen any films or only a few imports...it will set the standard of what to expect and test you on what you can tolerate. Basically done on a no Budget premise, the film deals with a satanic sacrifice gone wrong and interrupted by armed troops...the kid to be sacrificed is rescued; grows up and then yep...zombies... The acting and costume is bad...but give them credit they tried and created wardrobes on what they had. Like many of the German films the natural sets and locations are amazing and brilliant; a beautiful background to the horror on the film. The story though like many in the genre is weak...But again..it's not that bad and really is for true fans...if you've seen a lot of the underground films you can skip this one it is nothing new; however, if you are new to the genre this is an easy import to find and is a good example of whats to come your way if you continue on in your search for obscure foreign horror.


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