The second film in Lucio Fulci's homage to H.P. Lovecraft trilogy. Watch for the Do Not Entry sign. Look for David Warbeck loading his gun through the muzzle and Catriona MacColl laughing whilst he does it.
**** out of **** How can something as violent, gruesome, disgusting, and relentlessly grotesque as "The Beyond" also be so mysteriously beautiful? As a film directed by Lucio Fulci - one of the Godfathers of Gore - whimsical qualities are what we least expect. But then...as you may know, I've enjoyed a few Lucio Fulci films before this one. I liked "Zombie". I liked "City of the Living Dead". I even liked "Don't Torture a Duckling". There were moments when the director had … more
In 1981, a woman by the name of Liza (Catriona MaColl) inherits a hotel. While during the renovation, weird occurrences begin to take place and a worker is injured. Liza herself begins to experience strange things. Then, a blind woman named Emily (Cinzia Monreale) appears warning her to leave the hotel. Eventually, Liza learns that the hotel is somehow connected to a man who was murdered back in 1927, as well as another dark secret.-summary On my quest … more
WARNING Due to its SHOCKING and VIOLENT subject matter, no one under 17 should view this film. Roger Ebert, THE CHICAGO SUN-TIMES "THE BEYOND does not disappoint." Perhaps nothing is quite as exciting as viewing classic Fulci films for the first time & this will be an experience you're virgin eyes won't soon forget. The Beyond … more