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Psycho Killers Triple Feature delivers the goods,
This review is from: Psycho Killer Triple Feature (Delirium / House on the Edge of the Park / Beyond the Darkness) (DVD)
As I have stated in my other reviews right now Media-Blasters is the best place for cult horror movies and this set shows they the best out there now.
First up we have House on the Edge of the Park directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring David Hess of Last House on the Left.
House on the Edge of the Park is deeply twisted, but some scenes don't have the impact they should. Maybe that is due to the twist I suppose, which I won't spoil.
Though the scene with David Hess as Alex and Brigitte Petronio as Cindy is quite sadistic. Overall not a perfect movie and in my opinion not as good as Last House on the Left, but still a well-made twisted film.
Cult Italian actor Giovanni Lombardo Radice also stars.
Beyond the Darkness was directed by Joe D'Amato and this might be his finest film. Beyond the Darkness isn't as gory as people make it out to be, but when there is gore there are a lot. I mean a lot. It's not constant though, but very gory.
There were rumors once of real corpes being used that is how real the disembowelment scenes looked.
Beyond the Darkness is actually kind of slow paced and maybe even a bit boring, but the movie is just so sick and twisted it will hold your interest.
The score by Goblin is excellent, but isn't that always the case?
Finally we have Delirium: Photo of Gioia directed by Lamberto Bava and in my opinion this flick is pretty much a waste, while it has now built up a cult following I just found it boring and just bad.
Only reason to watch is for Serena Grandi who is quite the hottie. Cult Italian actor George Eastman stars as well.
Overall you get 2 really good flicks with one poor one. If you wanted to buy House on the Edge of the Park and or Beyond the Darkness the set is the way to go. Buying any of those movies on their own would cost you more than buying the set.
Now that is a great deal. Delirium: Photo of Gioia is cheaper than the set so if that is the only movie you wanted no need for the set.
Great set with some solid extras.