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Touch of Death (aka When Alice Broke the Mirror) (1988, Italy) Review

Touch of Death (aka When Alice Broke the Mirror) (1988, Italy) Review

Lucio Fulci is so synonymous with movie splatter that it is kind of expected to see excessive amounts of bloodletting (and rimozione degli occhi) whenever his name appears during the opening credits. And whilst Touch of Death isn’t quite the same level of gorefest when compared with his earlier efforts, it still offers a generous amount of face-melting fun (literally) that made me fall in love with his giallo/horror output. Known in Italy as Quando Alice ruppe lo specchio, Touch of Death was developed as part of a series entitled I maestri del thriller aimed at the direct-to-video market.

“I don’t make mistakes. I won’t make mistakes.”

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