ZOMBIE Rare Japanese movie Poster '79 Lucio Fulci, Ian Mcculloch,Tisa Farrow

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An Original Vintage Theater-Used Unfolded Japanese "B2" Movie Poster (measures 20" x 28 1/2" [51 x 72 cm]) Condition: Excellent (C8) See our 10 GRADE SYSTEM Page for more information.
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20121226007

Used

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Format (inch)JP - 20x28 - B2
Year70's
PackagingRolled
CountryJapan

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Zombi 2 (also known as ZombieIsland of the Living DeadZombie IslandZombie Flesh Eaters and Woodoo) is a 1979 zombiehorror film directed by Lucio Fulci. It is the best-known of Fulci's films  and made him a horror icon. Though the title suggests this is a sequel to Zombi (the Italian title of George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead), the films are unrelated. When the film was released in 1979 it was scorned for its extremely bloody content, notably by the Conservative British Parliament.

Zombi 2's incredible success in Europe re-ignited Fulci's sagging career and reinvented the director as a horror icon. Fulci would go on to direct several more horror films, and Zombi 2 introduced several of his trademarks: hordes of shambling putrefied zombies, hyper-realistic gore and blood, and the infamous "eyeball gag" (a character is impaled or otherwise stabbed through the eyeball). Contrary to what some web sites have said about Zombi 2 being written before Dawn of the Dead this is not true. In fact at least some of the dialogue is a variation of a line written for Dawn of the Dead.

Despite the massive popularity of the film, Zombi 2 was banned in several countries, including Great Britain, due to the massive gore content. It was released by Vipco but with a lot of violence edited out. It was finally released uncut in 2005. Lead actor Ian McCulloch, who is British, never actually had the opportunity to watch the full film until he recorded a commentary for the Roan Group's laserdisc release of Zombi 2 in 1998, and was shocked at the gore level.

Condition : Excellent (C8) 

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ZOMBIE Rare Japanese movie Poster '79 Lucio Fulci, Ian Mcculloch,Tisa Farrow

ZOMBIE Rare Japanese movie Poster '79 Lucio Fulci, Ian Mcculloch,Tisa Farrow

An Original Vintage Theater-Used Unfolded Japanese "B2" Movie Poster (measures 20" x 28 1/2" [51 x 72 cm]) Condition: Excellent (C8) See our 10 GRADE SYSTEM Page for more information.