Turi Leofonte (Giannini) is a former mafioso who accepts to be a witness at a process involving very important people in the organization. For the Mafia, Leofonte is dangerous, that's why ... See full summary »
One evening Sergio, organizer of Halloween parties, manages to save his son from a woman possessed by the ghost of a girl who died in 1500, relied on by mistake during a seance organized for the purpose of deceiving people.
The commander of a Texan fort in the Civil War refuses to surrender to the Northerners, and tries to buy the local Indian tribe chief's daughter. The sage man refuses, and the Southerners ... See full summary »
Outlaws attack a band of settlers and kill everyone except a pregnant woman who's rescued by a band of Indians. The woman dies giving birth but Chief White Bear adopts her male baby, naming... See full summary »
very original thriller plot in this movie of 1998, as strong as unusual for an Italian movie, which addresses most issues within the thriller, and before, anticipating many years, dependence on today's technologies.
Fragasso strikes again. The man behind the camera, who gave us such highly forgettable movies such as MONSTER DOG and AFTER DEATH, goes on with his personal vision of mafia underworld, this one conjuring up nothing less than greek mythology... Usual Fragasso-Drudi shortcomings - especially in the script department - but some inventive shots; sad but true, Fragasso is the last survivor of the famous italian horror-thriller-action b-movie era of the 60's-70's
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