The so-called Italian "Godfather of Gore". Directed classics such as "The Beyond", "Zombie", "Don't Torture a Duckling" and "The New York Ripper".

His films are usually extremely violent and gory.

Born June 17, 1927 in Rome Italy. Originally a medical student. Continued to direct up until his death in 1996, of a diabetes-related illness.
Fulci's most well known work is 1979's "Zombie". An in-name-only sequel to George A. Romero's "Dawn of the Dead".
by JB January 19, 2004

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