100 European Horror Films
Lively and illuminating guide to 100 key horror movies. Dissects classic films from directors and coutries particularly noted with horror production, as well as delving into sub-genres such as zombie, cannibal and vampire movies and films by directors more commonly noted with art cinema, such as Bergman and Polanski.
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Anatomy Stefan Ruzowitzky 2000
The Beyond Lucio Fulci 1981
Bloody Pit of Horror Massimo Pupillo 1965
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