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In this horrific tale of murder madness and perverse passion a New Orleans wife and mother carries on a torrid affair behind her family's back. But when a violent accident leaves her lover dead the woman returns from a mental institution determined to pursue her forbidden desires. Has she found a ghastly new way to satisfy her lust or is sexual depravity all in the head?. Macabre (also know as Frozen Terror) is the acclaimed debut feature from Italian horror master Lamberto Bava who later directed such classic shockers as Demons Demons 2 and A Blade In The Dark. Format: DVD MOVIE. Genre: HORROR. Rating: NR. Age: 827058109796. UPC: 827058109796. Manufacturer No: 1097


Studio Rhino
SKU 204110328
UPC 827058109796
UPC 14 00827058109796
Format DVD
Release Date 4/24/2007
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Name Stegers,Bernice
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Cast & Crew
Antonio Avati - Producer
Antonio Avati, et. al. - Writer
Bernice Stegers - Actor
Franco Delli Colli - Cinematographer
Gianni Minervini - Producer
Lamberto Brava - Director
Piera Gabutti - Editor
Roberto Posse - Actor
Stanko Molnar - Actor
Ubaldo Continiello - Original Music By
Veronica Zinny - Actor
Review Big fans of Psycho-style wackiness will probably enjoy this movie, but as a thriller, it's rather tepid and excruciatingly slow, there being only about an hour's worth of dialogue and a half hour of mystery stretched out to ninety minutes. Just what is this woman keeping locked in her freezer? If you've seen a few horror films, you can guess, and the climactic revelations won't be all that climactic.The movie has many of the usual problems of Italian horrors, some of which have to do with low budgets. Macabre allegedly takes place in New Orleans and while the reliance on indoor sets might, in more experienced hands, give the movie a claustrophobic feel, here it seems merely limiting. Bava follows the Italian practice of shooting silent and dubbing in all sound later; in this film, a ghost story badly in need of creepy sound effects, there's a flat uninteresting soundtrack featuring some unconvincing southern accents.
Reviewer David Christenson
ReviewRating 6
ReviewSource Moria Film Review
Review This is an unassuming and decent little film. It could almost be an episode of The Twilight Zone that has been spun out to feature length. The story is a one-twist tale - everything depends on the revelation of its central surprise, it hasn't been designed with a second act. At times it does seem a little padded, but for the most part Bava does a fine job of building the mystery up about who it is that Bernice Stegers spends all her time in the upstairs apartment and exactly what it is that she keeps locked in the icebox...The telling of the story in terms of the horror and suspense genres tends to mitigate against its believability - they seem too artificial for real life. And the twist ending where the severed head comes to life and turns and bites Molnar makes such claims seem ever more ludicrous, not to mention spoils a good deal of the mood build-up by going for a sensationalistic shock effect.
Reviewer Richard Scheib
ReviewRating 8
Product Attributes
Actor Stegers,Bernice
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Quotes ...very interesting as well as amusing...
Mark Zimmer, ...effective opening and a grisly, nauseating climax.
Mike Bracken, Solid dirction from Bava.
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