I hate how Fulci is synonymous with splatter in most horror fans' minds. Don't Torture a Duckling and Lizard in a Woman's Skin are masterpieces of their si genre and have much more coherent plots than their counterparts (ex, Argento's Deep Red). The Psychic is also damn good. Yet everyone just knows him for the gates of hell trilogy and Zombi. Bleh. I really like The Beyond, though. It's kind of freeform and moody. It has great set pieces and looks good and has great atmosphere and it's held together by the fact that the leads are adorable and clearly like each other. One great thing in the movie that got past the editor is a shot where the lead starts pretending to reload his handgun like a musket by putting bullets in the barrel and the female lead looks at it and starts laughing. They left him starting to do that in the movie cause I guess they thought it was serious! It's in the elevator. The one aspect of that movie that I don't like is the awful tarantula scene, it's so long and so stupid that it upsets the mood, but it's kind of funny.