Manhattan Baby (1982)
Director: Lucio Fulci
Main Stars: Christopher Connelly, Laura Lenzi, Brigitta Boccoli , Cinzia de Ponti, Giovanni Frezza
Storyline: An archaeologist opens an Egyptian tomb and the spirit gets released and his daughter becomes possessed.
Review (Spoils): The Hacker family travel to Egypt, where there was an accident to the father George (blue blinding light) and the daughter Susie meets a blind woman and receives a ancient blue eyed amulet (see the connection?). We learn that the amulet has granted them powers to move through dimensional doorways. During all this weirdness starts like scorpions appearing, snakes and piles of sand. We learn that the voyages actually go to the desert in Egypt and that the amulet holds the secret of an ancient evil.
We have a mystery in our hands with this one, lots of dream like sequences and symbols of Egypt. Not much gore or little red blood in this one but instead focusing on the ancient writings and context of Egypt and the curse of the blue eye jewel
Rating: The story is not horrible but at the same time it is not one of Lucio Fulci stronger films. Plus we have that annoying kid from The House by the Cemetery Giovanni Frezza but the sound and music is so Lucio Fulci. Drink to all the blue lighting used in this film or chug to each view of a snake on the screen to enjoy.