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THE REBELLIOUS REIGN starts out quite impressive. For an independent, rather low budget attempt at an historic film, the costumes, the set decoration and the sets themselves are quite something to behold. The fights and their choreography are also above average. But all in all, the story about loyal servants, patriotism and corrupt politicians is not really something to write home about. You don't hit the fast forward, the fights come pretty regularly and are long and good enough to…
VHS, DVD, BluRay, 35mm - I've seen L'ALDILA dozens of times in the last four decades, and it works in every format every time, in fact, it STILL gets better. And it rocked the first time I saw it on a German dubbed tape during one of our first video nights in the early eighties... it rocked hard. Eternal favorite, one of Fulci's best <3
Nightmares turning into cinema turning into nightmares...
the end gets me again and again and again...