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Beyond the Door [Import USA Zone 1]


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  • Acteurs : Juliet Mills, Richard Johnson, Gabriele Lavia, Nino Segurini, Elizabeth Turner
  • Réalisateurs : Ovidio G. Assonitis, Robert Barrett
  • Scénaristes : Ovidio G. Assonitis, Aldo Crudo, Alex Rebar, Antonio Troiso, Christopher Cruise
  • Format : NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Code Red
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 16 septembre 2008
  • Durée : 99 minutes
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  • ASIN: B001AY0FVE
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HASH(0x9684e348) étoiles sur 5 70s Drive-In Classic 16 janvier 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Sure, it's a rip off ... But does that mean it's not enjoyable and/or scary ??? ... NO ... Just as 1978's HALLOWEEN borrowed from 1974's BLACK CHRISTMAS, ( no one complained ) BEYOND THE DOOR does take from other possesion films .... But it is mandatory viewing for fans of horror, 70's filmmaking, and low budget afficianatos alike ... Juliette Mills' character is so creepy and disturbing, and the low-budget quality only adds to the impact .... While THE EXORCIST is far superior in a technical perspective, the obscurity and all-out weirdness of BEYOND THE DOOR make it more creepy .... I have to say that the first glimpse we get of Mills' character in full possesion mode is one of the most terrifying and scarring ( in a good way ) scenes Is've had the pleasure to witness .... This baby is well worth tracking down if you're into odd/strange/low budget scares ...
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HASH(0x968dec3c) étoiles sur 5 Cool Movie! 1 octobre 2008
Par Chuck Potocki - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Yes, this is a knock-off of "The Exorcist", but despite that, it's still a cool movie. It was virtually a staple of drive-in theaters during the latter half of the 1970's as well as the Late Late Show on CBS as another reviewer pointed out.

Juliet Mills (from "Nanny & The Professor" fame) completely abandoned her squeaky-clean image in favor of cursing in a guttural voice & regurgitating blood & green goop. The dubbing is a bit on the cheesy side, especially from the children; the little girl in particular comes up with some pretty hilarious lines. Replying to the little boy when he cries after seeing Juliet Mills hurling an ashtray & destroying the fish tank: "You're blowing my mind, man!! You gotta stop that or you're gonna have a bad trip", sort of like an 8-year old hippie!

"Beyond The Door" was filmed partially in Italy as well as San Francisco & has several different titles: "The Devil Within Her", which appears at the beginning of this version, as well as "Chi Sei?" (which means "Who Are You?" in Italian, a reference to one of Mills' lines in the film) & "Diabolica". Director/producer Ovidio G. Assonitis was directly involved with Code Red in making this available on DVD, providing the original uncut camera negative. Transferring it to anamorphic widescreen, the overall quality is amazing, considering that this film has turned up in some poor quality, grainy & edited versions on VHS over the years.

There are some cool extras on this DVD, including a short featurette "Beyond The Door: 35 Years Later" featuring recent interviews with Mills, Richard Johnson & Ovidio G. Assonitis. Mills mentions that she hasn't seen or heard from costar Gabriele Lavia since after the film was shot in 1974. Also featured are the original theatrical trailer & TV spot, still photo gallery, & candid, funny interview with Richard Johnson called "An Englishman In Italy".
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HASH(0x96e027bc) étoiles sur 5 By any definition... 13 janvier 2011
Par A Hermit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
...this is a bad movie. Genuinely bad. Copycat script, awful sound dubbing, cheesy acting, terrible production values; technically, it's an abortion. But despite all this, what stands out, are the visuals; the visual impact of "Beyond The Door" is genuinely terrifying.

To write, produce, and direct a horror movie about demonic possession which is truly original, is nearly impossible. It has been done many, many, many times, by many, many, many people over the years, so it's a given - there will be some thematic material which will overlap with prior work by others, but in this case, some of the scenes depicted in this film from 1974 directly echo "The Exorcist," from 1973: the floating body, the gutteral voice of the possessed, projectile vomiting bile on a person who is trying to help, the rotating head, the list goes on. There was so much mimicry that Warner Brothers, who owned Bill Friedkin's masterpiece, actually took the film makers of "Beyond The Door" to court for copyright infringement. The legal matters worked out, "Beyond The Door" went into general release, and despite being derided and maligned by critics and many ticket buyers alike, it has survived as a cult film (no pun intended).

I have to say, when I first saw it on a weekly Saturday late-night program ("Chiller Theater," for those who lived near Pittsburgh, Pa in the late 1970's), it scared the living daylights out of me. I expected something creepy, but I had no idea. Yes, it's a slightly altered "Rosemary's Baby" with visuals and a soundtrack inspired by "The Exorcist," but lost on those who didn't give it a chance is, this really is a genuinely frightening film. The look on Juliet Mills' face during some of sequences depicting demonic activity stayed with me long (!) after the movie ended. I never expected anything like this; I remembered her from a television series of the 1960's called "Nanny And The Professor," where she portrayed a sophisticated, yes, you guessed it, nanny who was hired to care for a professor's family; a harmless family-friendly weekly situation comedy. So it was shocking to see her acting so strange in this film.

If you watch this movie, just keep this warning in mind: it has many copy-cat elements and it has poor production values which could impede your enjoyment of it, provided you do enjoy something like this.

Objective fact: "Beyond The Door" is very derivitave, and cheaply made.
Subjective opinion: Despite its shortcomings, it is a terrifying film.

Good luck sleeping after watching it.
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HASH(0x998c5ba0) étoiles sur 5 Yes - it's a classic 17 mai 2013
Par Mark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I laughed at someone saying below how the commercial used to make them run out of the room scared. I have the exact same memory. I remember both the commercial for when it was in theaters - I was little - and I remember the commercial for it on the late show on CBS. Remember the late show? I always fell asleep. To me, the movie is a classic - yes, it is disjointed - the opening is so strange - seeing that guy's head on a naked woman's body has scarred me for life - and that little girl talking like that is hilarious - and what is with eating cans of pea soup - homage to Exorcist? And, yes, it is cheesy in parts, a lot of them even. But then somehow in the middle of all that, there are scenes that are like SOOO creepy out of nowhere. Maybe they are so effective because they ARE in the middle of nonsense - Last House on the Left had that strategy - And I like the music and sound effects - they stick with you. THE CHILD MUST BE BORN! - Just had to say that. Yes - it is an Exorcist rip-off - and ironically, somehow very original. I've watched it many times. When the dolls come to life, I love that scene - filmed well. And when she's laying on the bed and her head turns around and she has those teeth - I STILL want to run out of the room, and I don't scare easily. This movie is a hidden gem, imperfect, yet perfect, a rip-off, yet original.....but definitely worth owning. A tiny piece of history. Good extra features too. It'll be a collectors' item someday.
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HASH(0x9893f798) étoiles sur 5 A very poor attempt to ripoff "The Exorcist". 11 juin 2008
Par HorrorMan - Publié sur Amazon.com
With overwhelming evidence of being heavily influenced (to put it nicely) by both "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's Baby", "Beyond the Door" starring Juliet Mills is an exercise in futility and incompetence. Indeed, this movie is essentially pointless in motivation as well as in substance. The plot involves a housewife named Jessica, played by Juliet Mills, whom is pregnant with an abnormally fast-growing fetus and appears to be tormented by some psychological and emotional problems. The abnormal pregnancy certainly brings to mind memories of the far superior "Rosemary's Baby". However, what was probably supposed to be some kind of a mix between "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's Baby" clearly develops into an embarrassing display of horrendous film-making. As far as the plot goes, it becomes quite obvious as the movie progresses that Jessica's problems extend beyond that of any medical condition. The only question is how can Jessica and her family be saved, but while watching this movie, does the viewer even care? This statement may seem harsh, but after watching this movie, I can assure you that this particular issue with this movie is undoubtedly legitimate.

The problems with "Beyond the Door" are fundamental and plentiful. First, "Beyond the Door" completely lacks fluidity from scene to scene. In other words, it appears to the viewer that he/she is watching a frame by frame selection of scenes that are rigidly put together and completely uneven; this is very tedious and frustrating for the viewer. The consequence of this flaw is a poor plot and theme development, and the viewer never gets a taste of the atmosphere that should be associated with such a flick. Anyone who cares anything at all about possession films cannot help but long for "The Exorcist" which was an example of perfect film-making. Unfortunately, "Beyond the Door" represents an attempt to ride the coattails of classics before it in the hope of cashing in.

Second, the acting in "Beyond the Door" is nothing short of deplorable, especially the man who plays the husband of Jessica's character, but he is just the tip of the iceberg in that the entire cast appears to be completely inept at executing this type of film. Juliet Mills appears to be adequate at times, but her character lacks spirit and is largely undynamic just like the rest of the characters in this movie. As a result, there is a lack of suspense in this movie. The viewer is supposed to sympathize with Jessica's character and the family in general, but the viewer's frustrations with the movies poor thematic and plot development cause an indifference as to the fate of the family or, rather, the viewer is so bored, he/she just cannot get into it. Clearly, this movie is unable to generate the emotive and intensity elements that it needs in order to be successful. Again, this is a direct result of the poor acting, but it also due to a general lack of direction, a very poor script and pathetic plot development associated with this cinematic disaster of a movie.

"Beyond the Door" is a perfect example of a movie that simply never gets off the ground in spite of itself. However, there are some scenes that are worthy of being mentioned, namely the possession scenes involving Jessica's character, which would have been scary but for the fact that the requisite atmospheric tension and situational horror necessary for the effectiveness of this type of horror movie is completely absent. Therefore, these scenes appear in a vacuum of an emotionless screenplay that cripples the ability of these scenes to inspire horror in the audience. Of course, anyone that knows anything about horror movies immediately recognizes that these scenes are pretty much a direct ripoff of "The Exorcist".

"Beyond the Door" is an absolute cinematic disaster that I cannot recommend to anyone who enjoys good horror movies. There is nothing scary about it whatsoever. The way the story of this movie unfolds to the viewer is fundamentally flawed. Also, I must say that from a personal standpoint, I thought Dmitri's character was pathetic and largely unnecessary, but this was one way that the creators of this flick tried to distinguish itself from "The Exorcist"; it did not work at all. I had high hopes for this film for some reason. Maybe it was the 70s feel to it or perhaps my hope for some intense possession scenes within the confines of a good story, but "Beyond the Door" is nothing short of a major disappointment for me.

As a side note, it is my understanding that Mario Bava's "Shock" is the sequel to "Beyond the Door". In this case, the sequel certainly is a lot better than the original, and the sequel is not a great movie by any stretch of the imagination.
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