A Cat in the Brain 1990 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Cult horror director Lucio Fulci (The Beyond, Zombie) turns the camera on himself in this warped splatter twist on Fellini’s “8 1/2.” While working on his latest gore opus, Fulci is tormented by ghastly visions from his movies (including kitties gorging themselves on his brain!). He turns to a psychiatrist for help, but unfortunately the “good” doctor has other plans—namely to embark on a bloody killing spree with the hapless director left as the scapegoat. Banned in the U.K. and boasting one of the highest body counts in Euro horror history, this blood-soaked and darkly humorous look at one man’s creative nightmare has been lovingly remastered to its original, full-length, delirious form.
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