Black Cat (Gatto nero) (1981)
Release Date: Apr 4, 1981 Wide
Average Rating: 2.8/5
User Ratings: 534
Italian goremeister Lucio Fulci applies his characteristic touch to the Edgar Allan Poe tale (of which very little remains intact) to tell the story of a deranged, wheelchair-bound English psychic (Patrick Magee) who can record the voices of the dead on tape, and apparently possesses the ability to channel evil spirits into the body of his cat -- which he then commands to take vengeance on his enemies. When a freelance crime photographer (Mimsy Farmer) notices traces of feline claw-marks on the
Apr 4, 1981 Wide
Sep 1, 2005
Anchor Bay Entertainment
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This is a decent Fulci film, delivering all the sleaze and some of the splatter you can expect from the Italian goremeister.
...much of the film consists of long, interminable sequences in which not much happens...
Even for a Fulci film, this is pretty lame.
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