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Venice Film Review: ‘Pasolini’

Venice Film Review: ‘Pasolini’
But it’s doubtful whether he would have found much else to admire about “Pasolini,” Abel Ferrara’s confused collage of the poet-provocateur’s final days, despite Ferrara’s conceptually audacious intent to mirror the form of his unfinished, fragmented magnum opus, “Petrolio.” Even the stunt casting loses some of its sheen once the other actors open their mouths, since Ferrara surrounds Dafoe with a mostly Italian cast, relegating this fest-bait offering to ultra-niche status.

Though his influence on Hollywood was relatively negligible compared with that of his compatriots, Pier Paolo Pasolini remains the most important filmmaker Italy ever produced — a visionary who was only just beginning to test the boundaries of cinema when his life was brutally cut short. Debate still rages as to whether Pasolini, whose body was found crushed by the tires of his own car on a beach outside Rome in late 1975, was killed by a
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Back from Hell (Aka Ex inferis) (2011)

Written and Directed by: Leonardo Araneo

Featuring: Roberton Zibetti, Marco Gandolfi Vannini, Aran Bertetto, Giovanni Guidelli

Reading a review of the latest direct-to-dvd found footage movie is about as exciting as watching one, as many of these features contain the same inherent flaws and weaknesses. So, to buck the trend, I'm starting my review of Back from Hell on a positive note.

The acting was pretty good and the entire cast was composed of adults, not a bunch of CW tween show "stars." And one character does follow the horror handbook and makes sure a supernatural being won't follow them.

But that's all I have. Back from Hell has a few interesting twists that might have differentiated it from the glut of found footage possession movies flooding the home market. But the script leaves too much unresolved and focuses too heavily on having the cast wander through dark locations as a means to generate suspense.
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Afm 2011: Ex Inferis Art Puts a Spell on You

Here's the thing. Don't go into the country or the woods with your friends. It's just not worth it, man. Bad stuff happens there. Just deal with the hustle and bustle of the big city. At least there you can only get killed in semi-normal ways like muggings or getting hit by a vehicle.

Below you'll find two bits of artwork for Leonardo Araneo's Ex Inferis starring Marco Gandolfi Vannini, Jennifer Mischiati, and Roberto Zibetti.

Look for more on this one soon!

Syposis

Six friends decide to spend their holiday together and rent a manor house in the countryside where they can leave behind the madness of city life. Once there, they befriend a priest, Father Elia, who lives alone in the adjoining church. Very soon the party mood turns frightening, as strange phenomena, apparently paranormal, begin happening around the group. It soon turns into a nightmare when one of the friends,
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Afm 11: 'Ex Inferis' Will Free You From Hell

Opus Distribution has announced Leonardo Araneo's interesting Ex Inferis at the ongoing Afm, which stars Marco Gandolfi Vannini, Jennifer Mischiati and Roberto Zibetti. Now in post-production, we landed the below art that piqued my interest quite a bit. "Six friends decide to spend their holiday together and rent a manor house in the countryside where they can leave behind the madness of city life. Once there, they befriend a priest, Father Elia, who lives alone in the adjoining church. Very soon, the party mood turns frightening, as strange phenomena, apparently paranormal, begin happening around the group. It soon turns into a nightmare when one of the friends, Giorgio, begins acting as if he is possessed, which the group interprets as being demonic..."
See full article at Bloody-Disgusting.com »

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