- SKU: 30522405
- Release Date: 04/05/2016
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Ratings & Reviews
- Brand new audio commentary by filmmaker and Fangoria editor Chris Alexander
- Frightened Dagmar-a brand new career interview with the Black Cat star
- From Poe into Fulci: The Spirit of Perverseness-film historian Stephen Thrower on Fulci's Poe-tinged classic
- In the paw-prints of the Black Cat-a look at the original Black Cat locations
- Original theatrical trailer
Italian goremeister Lucio Fulci applies his characteristic touch to the Edgar Allan Poe tale (of which very little remains intact) to tell the story of a deranged, wheelchair-bound English psychic (Patrick Magee) who can record the voices of the dead on tape, and apparently possesses the ability to channel evil spirits into the body of his cat -- which he then commands to take vengeance on his enemies. When a freelance crime photographer (Mimsy Farmer) notices traces of feline claw-marks on the bodies of accident victims, her own investigations eventually lead her to Magee's naughty kitty... leading to a confusing climax wherein it is learned (sort of) who's really in charge. Remarkably restrained horror from the man behind such flesh-rending epics as Zombie and The Gates of Hell, this is also nearly incomprehensible, possessing a nightmarish lack of cohesion that is more irritating than frightening. In fact, the most horrifying thing about this film is Fulci's aggressive tendency to shoot super-tight widescreen close-ups of Magee's eyes and nose. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Patrick Magee - Mr. Miles
- Mimsy Farmer - Jill Travers
- David Warbeck - Inspector Gorley
- Al Cliver - Policeman
- Dagmar Lassander - Mrs. Grayson
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