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Ubaldo Terzani Horror Show
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Synopsis: Alessio Rinaldi, a 25-year-old director, is commissioned by a producer to write the script of his first movie with Ubaldo Terzani, a well-known horror novelist. Alessio moves into Terzani’s house to start this collaboration, and a strange relationship of psychological dependence grows between them: Ubaldo Terzani unveils his dark side, and Alessio falls into a state of insanity ruled by the script they are creating and the nightmares he has because of it.

Reviews:
"The film is intentionally paced almost like a dream at times, and Albanesi doesn’t skimp on the blood and gore effects. There’s plenty of grue to be found and it’s well crafted to boot. The two lead actors do a fine job appearing friendly while hiding their real suspicions and desires beneath the surface, and Sassanelli in particular brings ominous weight to the character of Ubaldo even as it marks him as the unavoidable antagonist."
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Reviews:
"Ubaldo Terzani Horror Show is definitely worth a watch. It hearkens back to the golden age of Italian horror, but not so much that it feels like homage. It's smarter than your average horror picture and finishes with a bang that should satisfy most bloodhounds. I would hope that this could signal a return to prominence for Italian genre filmmaking, but that remains to be seen."
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Director
Gabriele Albanesi

Writer
Gabriele Albanesi

Producer
Gianluca Curti and Antonio Manetti

Cast
Giuseppe Soleri, Paolo Sassanelli and Laura Gigante


Cinematography
Francesco Collinelli

Editing
Alessandro Marinelli

Music
Valerio Lundini

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RVD RVDUSA029
Official Release Date: January 17, 2011

Production: Italy – 2010
Running time: 87 minutes, color
Language: Italian
Subtitles: Optional English
Audio: Dolby 5.1
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1

DVD RVDUSA029
Release Date: January 17, 2012
Special Features

Audio commentary by Gabriele Albanesi and Antonio Tentori

Screen test of Laura Gigante

Braccati a short film by Gabriele Albanesi

2 Trailers / Making of

Dolby 5.1 Audio / New and improved English subtitle translation

A fully illustrated booklet containing critical analysis of the film by Chris Alexander, Fangoria Magazine