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Posted on 6/11/13 11:10 AM
I HATED THIS MOVIE FOR DECADES . . . Now, I LOVE IT!
first, in 1984 [and 1988] when I saw it, it was too hard to understand and I had my mind on my girlfriend at the time
ALSO VESTRON VIDEO REVERSED TWO OF THE REELS and didn't bother reissuing the title so the plot was all screwed up.
A good point of the film is that it resembles Henry James' Turn of the Screw.
If FABIO FRIZZI did the music instead of Allesandro Blonksteiner, I would have liked it better -- I still find myself humming the tune though.
DR. FREUDSTEIN!!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!!
Somebody should make Lucio Fulci's HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY into a Broadway Play . . . DR. FREUDSTEIN (who lives in the basement and has discovered the secret to IMMORTALITY !!!!!!)
(the little ghost-girl, the little boy, the husband and wife, and the WEIRD BABY-SITTER)
perfect for Broadway