6 October 2019 | davidkennedy-91087
Ok Fulci Movie
Lucio Fulci might be best known for his gore flicks, but he's usually at his best when he has to scale things down and focus on more of a story. Voices From Beyond might not be his flashiest or goriest film, but the script is stronger than usual and there are a few interesting moments that make it worth seeing at least once.
Giorgio was murdered by someone in his family, but he doesn't know who. His body might be in the ground, but he's perfectly aware of it and his spirit lingers on a different plane, trying to warn his daughter that there's a mad man or woman in the family. He makes his spirit known to her and tries to get her to uncover the mystery of who his killer is.
Voices from Beyond has an interesting story even if the execution isn't always the most interesting. At times, the ghost dad scenes are a bit on the cheesy side, but then they'll show us a close up of his rotting, decomposing corpse and gross us out and the film will be back in our good graces again.
This is lightweight Fulci at best, but it's not terrible.