The House by the Cemetery

“No one will ever know if children are monsters or monsters are children” – Henry James And so ends Lucio Fulci’s The House by the Cemetery, with a begging-the-question quote cheekily attributed to Henry James but actually fabricated by the Italian filmmaker himself. The House by the Cemetery came at the tail end of Fulci’s “goldenContinue reading “The House by the Cemetery”


A bunch of Italians speaking dubbed English are invited to a Berlin cinema (we kid, only because we love) in Demons. It’s an invite-only screening with tickets handed out near a deserted S-Bahn station by a guy in a rather creepy mask. He’s asked by a rather attractive college, “Cheryl”, “Are you dressed like this forContinue reading “Demons”