#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A clairvoyant woman, inspired by a vision, smashes open a section of wall in her husband’s home and finds a skeleton behind it. Along with her psychiatrist, she seeks to find the truth about who the person was and who put her there. Soon enough, she starts to realize the possibility that she may share the victim’s fate…
Plot: A woman with psychic powers has a vision of a murder that took place in a house owned by her husband.
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Brilliantly Haunting Fulci Giallo
Often nicknamed the ‘Godfather of Gore’, cult-director Lucio Fulci is doubtlessly most famous for his gruesome Zombie films. The man’s greatest achievements, however, are (in my humble opinion), his comparatively gore-less, but spine-chilling and extremely elegant Gialli from the 70s. After the brilliant “Non Si Sevizia Un Paperino” (aka. “Don’t Torture A Duckling”, 1972), which I would name as one of the top-5 Gialli of all-time, “Sette Note In Nero” aka. “Seven Notes in Black”/”Murder to the Tune of the Seven Black Notes” of 1977 is a close second on my list of the greatest Fulci films, and it also ranks among the true greats of the Giallo genre in general.
As a child, the clairvoyant Virginia has a vision of her mother’s suicide at the very moment of its occurrence. As an adult, Virginia (Jennifer O’Neill), who has recently married the wealthy Francesco Ducci (Gianni Garko) continues to have menacing visions. One day, she has the disturbing vision of a gruesome murder, in which a woman is being walled in…
I do not want to go deeper into the plot, because this brilliant film is filled with clever twists from the very beginning. “Seven Notes in Black” contains no sleaze and hardly any gore, but has an incredibly intriguing and suspenseful plot containing ingenious red herrings and unpredictable plot twists, and is filmed in an incredibly beautiful yet unspeakably creepy visual style. While the film includes little blood and only very few gruesome scenes, the suspense-level is extremely high and intense, and the mystery is maintained until the very end. A fascinating plot, a truly haunting atmosphere and uncanny visual style make this one of the most tantalizing Giallo-experiences ever brought to screen. The score is another insanely brilliant aspect about “Seven Notes in Black” – Seldom is a soundtrack as successful in building up tension, and beautiful to listen to at the same time. Especially the haunting ‘Seven Black Notes’ theme is incredible; I’m sure Quentin Tarantino had good reasons to re-use it for “Kill Bill”. The performances are also very good. The ravishing Jennifer O’Neill is great as the original and likable protagonist Virginia. The biggest name in the cast is doubtlessly Gianni Garko, who is most famous as star of many Spaghetti Westerns, and who delivers another great performance here. However, all cast members (many of them Italian Horror regulars) fit greatly in their roles. Overall, I can not come up with a single negative aspect about this film. “Sette Note in Nero” is incredibly suspenseful, genuinely creepy, extremely elegant and simply brilliant in all regards. No lover of Italian Horror can possibly afford to miss this tantalizing Giallo-gem, which is yet another proof that Fulci was a Horror-genius! 9.5/10
Awesome Lucio Fulci’s mystery.
Ever since her mother’s suicide when she was a child,interior designer Virginia(Jennifer O’Neil)has had psychic abilities.Newly married she is heading out to her husband’s old country estate to begin a surprise restoration.But on the way to the house she has a vision of a woman being killed and walled up by a limping assassin.When she arrives to the house she discovers the skeleton of a woman behind the living room wall…”The Psychic”/”Seven Notes in Black” is easily one of the best and most underrated Fulci’s films.The film has wonderful dreamlike atmosphere and is reminiscent to Edgar Allan Poe’s classic story “The Black Cat”.The pace is pretty slow and there is virtually no gore,but the plot is extremely intriguing and full of twists.Fans of Fulci or Italian horror in general should see as soon as possible.
Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (USA)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Lucio Fulci
Writer Lucio Fulci, Roberto Gianviti, Dardano Sacchetti
Actors Jennifer O’Neill, Gabriele Ferzetti, Marc Porel
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Telecolor S.p.a., Roma, Italy (color)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm