Beyond the Door 2 [DVD]
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Second, this being a mid-seventies Italian horror film, you are probably expecting lots or bad acting and gore. Oh, and boredom in between the gory parts. Well, Mario Bava proves that not all Italian directors were obsessed with animal intestines, and gore is not what carries the story. What carries the story is a couple of good performances and a strong plot. Yes, it steals from The Exorcist and Repulsion, but it does something very interesting with the theft. Oh, and this is the first Bava film I've seen- I was most impressed with the camera work. There are lots of hallucinatory sequences, wonderful camera tracking and some neat little tricks (With the swing, the brick wall in the cellar, the ceramic hand sculpture, etc, etc...)
Daria Nicolodi plays Dora, a woman with a young child, Marco, and a new husband, Bruno (John Steiner, later seen with Nicolodi in Dario Argento's Tenebrae). Her former husband died seven years ago, having committed suicide, and they are moving back into Dora's old house which she shared with her first husband, Carlo. But the house appears to be affecting Marco, and Dora, whose mental health deteriorated after Carlo's death begins having nightmares. It won't come as a surprise to find that there's Something Nasty In The Basement, but as to what that something is- well, it's an open question even after the film ends.Read more ›