Director Lucio Fulci: ‘The Beyond, ‘House By The Cemetery’ and Lizard in a Woman’s Skin’

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While he started his career as an art critic, Lucio Fulci later made the transition to screenwriting and eventually directing in the late ‘50s. He worked in numerous genres but became famous for his work in horror. Quentin Tarantino has proclaimed the director as a major influence, and he oversaw a re-release of Fulci’s The Beyond in the U.S. that generated impressive box-office revenue during a series of midnight showings. On our 20th episode of Sordid Cinema – you know, the cooler, more controversial and younger sibling of the Sound On Sight podcast, we will take a look at his career, starting with The Beyond, moving on to House By The Cemetery and finishing with Lizard in a Woman’s Skin.


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