All Senses & WAKE Brewing Presents: Fabio Frizzi – The Beyond Composers Cut & Frizzi 2 Fulci Live At RIBCO Nov. 17th

 

Fabio Frizzi performs his live score to The Beyond, accompanying a screening of the film, plus a tribute set to horror master Lucio Fulci live at RIBCO November 17th. Doors at 7PM. Music starts at 8PM. This is an event NOT to be missed! Tickets are available at WAKE Brewing, Ragged Records & Music and online at Midwestix. Watch the trailer for The Beyond below.

The Beyond is a 1981 Italian Southern Gothic supernatural horror film directed by Lucio Fulci, and starring Catriona MacColl and David Warbeck. Its plot follows a woman who inherits a hotel in rural Louisiana that was once the site of a horrific murder, and which may be a gateway to hell. It is the second film in Fulci’s “Gates of Hell” trilogy after City of the Living Dead (1980), and was followed by The House by the Cemetery (1981).

Filmed on location in and around New Orleans in late 1980, additional photography took place at De Paolis Studios in Rome. Released theatrically in Italy in the spring of 1981, The Beyond did not see a North American theatrical release until late 1983 through Aquarius Releasing, who released an alternate version of the film titled 7 Doors of Death; this version featured an entirely different musical score and ran several minutes shorter than Fulci’s original cut. The film was eventually shown by Quentin Tarantino in the United States in its original form in September 1998 after it was acquired by Grindhouse Releasing.

Following its release, the film’s reception was polarizing. Critics of The Beyond praised the film for its surrealistic qualities and cinematography, though faulted its narrative inconsistencies. Whereas horror filmmakers and surrealist fans viewed the inconsistencies as intentionally disorienting, supplementing the atmospheric tone and presentation. Ultimately, The Beyond is ranked among Fulci’s most celebrated films, and has gained an international cult following over the ensuing decades.

Sponsored by: Midwest Mosnster Fest ,Ragged Records & Music and WAKE Brewing

ALL SENSES & WAKE BREWING PRESENTS: THOU/EMMA RUTH RUNDLE & BRIAN BARR MARCH 26TH AT RIBCO

 

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Thou was formed by guitarists Andy Gibbs and Matthew Thudium, bassist Mitch Wells, and drummer Terry Gulino. Thou released their first full-length effort, Tyrant, in 2007 after the arrival of the vocalist Bryan Funck. These were followed by their second studio album Peasant in 2008 and a string of EPs, including Malfeasance Retribution EP (2008), The Retaliation of the Immutable Force of Nature (2008), Through the Empires of the Eternal Void (2009) and Baton Rouge/You Have Much to Answer For (2010). Their third full-length album, Summit was released in 2010.

The band’s fourth studio album, Heathen, released in 2014, was met with critical acclaim. This album marked the first time in the band’s career that the band had featured cleanly sung vocals from collaborator Emily McWilliams. The album was named the best metal album of 2014 by music website Pitchfork. Thou has toured with and collaborated frequently with fellow sludge metal band The Body, whom they most recently collaborated with on the album entitled, You, Whom I Have Always Hated.

Emma Ruth Rundle graced us with a very intimate solo set last September for All Senses and we are very much excited to have perform on stage again at RIBCO. Check out this interview from late last year conducted by KEXP HERE. Also performing will be Brian Barr from Iowa City’s Aseethe.

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