Lucio Fulci is resurrected from our Dungeon of Directors! Can you ever have too much Italian horror or gore? I have a feeling that Lucio would say no. Especially in regards to eyeball violence. Get ready for Lucio's Gates of Hell trilogy! Or is that his Apocalypse Trilogy? Whatever it is, we begin within the limits of the City of the Living Dead (1980). A wonderful place to visit, where people are subjected to storms of maggots, being buried alive, brain squishing, head drilling and bouts of nausea resulting in puking out their intestines and internal organs. That's already too much, you say? Well, what if you inherit a hotel in Louisiana and decide to make a go at a new life? That sounds nice, until you discover that the hotel is haunted by an ungodly warlock and is built on one of the seven gateways to Hell. Welcome to The Beyond (1981). And then from there, we have Bob. This mysterious girl in a photograph warns you to stay away from the Freudstein house. But you really don't try too hard to convince your parents not to take up residence in The House by the Cemetery (1981). Poor Bob. She warned you not to come. Well listeners, even death cannot stop The Godfather of Gore. Fulci lives!