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A Classic Of The Perverse From Director Lucio Fulci
Several young boys are murdered in a remote village rife with sex and superstition, and the townspeople go mad with rage and violence. But when a hard-nosed reporter and promiscuous young woman search for the true killer, they discover a fiend - and motive - even more shocking than the crimes themselves.
DON'T TORTURE A DUCKLING is a landmark giallo so savage, it could only come from the mind of director Lucio Fulci (THE BEYOND, ZOMBIE, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD). Featuring an international all-star cast that includes Tomas Milian (RUN MAN RUN), Barbara Bouchet (BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA), Irene Papas (Z) and Florinda Bolkan (LIZARD IN A WOMAN'S SKIN), this re-discovered classic has been restored from the original vault materials and is now presented completely uncut and uncensored.
"One Of Lucio Fulci's Best Films And A Superb Giallo!" -- Dario Argento
A lot of depravity goes on in this quiet Italian village. There's witchcraft, perverts of all kinds, sex, and violence. Several boys are brutally murdered. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Einsatz
This is a solid giallo but nowhere near as entertaining as Deep Red or The Case of the Bloody Iris.Published 7 months ago by timothy
Wow... What a great film!!!! A killer is killing young boys in a small village and there is an investigation. Great suspense all the way through this one. The cast is amazing. Read morePublished 12 months ago by D Bourgie
For some reason I can't play this in my DVD player. I can in someone else's though. So I don't mean to leave a misleading review on it for that, it isn't the movie's fault but I... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Luke
I decided to finally give this film a try. Fulci seems to have two sides to him. One side is a story teller, the other is master of gore. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by D E S T R O Y E R 2037
He scared the pants off us with his Gates of Hell quadrilogy. For those eager to know more about Fulci this is an excellent piece to look at. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by David A. Tickner