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The made-for-TV movies of Lamberto Bava

Actually, these are only two of four Bava films made for a cable series back in 1987, the other two being Until Death and The Ogre. The Ogre was eventually released as one of the many bogus “sequels” to Demons … Continue reading

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Time to take on the DEMONS sequels!

Demons and Demons 2 are two of my 80s favorites. I can watch them over and over and over again and still get a thrill. Then there are the “sequels.” In other words, slap the franchise name on a movie … Continue reading

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Is Blade in the Dark a euphemism—or are you just happy to kill me?

In true 80s-Italian-horror fashion, director Lamberto Bava, son of director Mario Bava, proves that film creators are more psychosexually messed up than the characters in their films. I’m taking on 1980’s Macabre and 1983’s A Blade in the Dark not … Continue reading

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