Tag Archives: Joe D’Amato

Buio Omega (1979): Why “Til Death Do Us Part” Is a Good Advice

Hello, everyone. Welcome to the first post of November, and to the first installment of Once Upon a Time in Italy. I’ve covered plenty of Italian films here in the last year, and I wanted to give them a regular home. So each Monday you can stop by and check out a selection from everyone’s […]

Return from Death a.k.a Frankenstein 2000 (1991) Joe D’Amato Brings Horror to Life

Despite the fact that the phrase an “average Joe” remains in the lexicon of colloquialisms, in the last thirty years the name Joe has taken a drastic drop in popularity. It seems that the average on “Joe” just isn’t what it used to be. Speaking of Joes that’d defy the average, there’s one that I […]