The Beyond (E tu vivrai nel terrore - L'aldilà) (1981)
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" The New Yorker Liza Merril inherits an old hotel in Louisiana, and invests her savings to reopen the place. While repairing the building, many people dies, and local Dr. John McCabe feels close to Liza and tries to help her to solve the mystery of the hotel. Meanwhile, Emily, a blind woman, advises Liza to leave the place as soon as possible. Later they realize that the place is one gate of hell and has been opened, permitting the dead walk on Earth. Interestingly enough, Bob Murawski of G"
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"Seven Doors Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana It’s actually the Otis House, in Madisonville, Louisiana, which looks somewhat creepy looking. A Late 19th-century Queen Anne–style house once owned by a lumber baron, and can actually be viewed by the public. Why you wouldn’t want to visit: It’s one of the seven gateways to Hell. Who wouldn’t want to visit that?"
" First Viewing Viewing Date: October 24th Via: Blu-ray Plot: A young woman inherits an old hotel in Louisiana where, following a series of supernatural occurrences, she learns that the building was constructed over one of the entrances to Hell. Rating: 6.3/10"
" Date: 6/17/2021 Viewed: Blu-ray Re-watch Note: Today is Lucio Fulci's birthday and I felt like today was the perfect day to revisit The Beyond. Not to mention, this year is the 40th anniversary of this film. The Beyond is Lucio Fulci's best movie and it is a great work of art in my opinion. I'm pretty sure people will find flaws to point out, but I don't care. The Beyond is one of those movies that I have a hard time finding anything wrong with it. I love everything about this film. The Bey"
“Equivocal and weak in the pre-production department even by European horror standards, "The Beyond" is nevertheless a deft exercise in schlock, off-kilter atmospherics and overall execution rather than authenticity and plausibility, and therein lies the method to viewing it. Fulci crafts a loose framework of a gateway to hell existing beneath a woman's new property within which he assays a series of hallucinogenic set pieces that one should not apply logic to, or expectations of it would certainly fall short. Showcasing rudimentary splatter effects both strangely hypnotic and proficient enough to induce revulsion, the film's graphic moments are a true marvel to behold, although tarantulas tearing out tongues may elevate the experience into excessive gore territory for viewers of a certain ” read more