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(aka "The Beyond" or "L'Aldila - E Tu Vivrai Nel Terrore" or "7 Doors of Death" or "Über dem Jenseits" or "Die Geisterstadt der Zombies" )

 

directed by Lucio Fulci
Italy 1981

 

Liza (Catriona MacColl, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD) inherits the Seven Doors Hotel outside New Orleans. Little does she know that it was built upon one of the seven gateways to hell. Fifty-years before, locals had crucified eccentric painter Schweik (Antoine Saint-John, THE KILLER MUST KILL AGAIN) as a warlock and the discovery of his walled-up body (and the eye-gouging death of a Joe the plumber [Giovanni De Nava, HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY's Dr. Freudstein]; if only that had been the fate of last election's "Joe the Plumber") has opened the gates. Mysterious blind girl Emily (Sarah Keller, aka Cinzea Monreale of Joe D'Amato's BUIO OMEGA/BEYOND THE DARKNESS) - who lives in the old house by the train tracks where Louis Malle's PRETTY BABY was shot - warns Liza to leave the hotel, but she is determined to turn it into a success with the help of creepy mother and son housekeepers Martha (Veronica Lazar, INFERNO) and Arthur (Gianpaolo Saccarola, TENEBRE). Meanwhile, the corpses of Joe the plumber and Schweik (whose mummified corpse has inexplicably been hooked up to a brainwave monitor) start to cause mayhem at the local morgue. Visions of Schweik's crucified corpse haunt Liza and people around her start suffering protracted and gory deaths (usually involving fatal injuries to the eye). Liza and rugged Dr. John McCabe (David Warbeck, THE BLACK CAT) meet cute over the ailing body of another of the hotel's victims. John spends most of the film looking for a logical explanation until the beyond has to spit forth a shuffling army of the living dead for Liza and John to take the hint that there's no more room left in hell.

After a memorable quartet of giallo film (PERVERSION STORY, A LIZARD IN A WOMAN'S SKIN, DON'T TORTURE A DUCKLING, and THE PSYCHIC), Lucio Fulci hit international gold with ZOMBI 2, an in-name-only sequel to George Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD (released in Italy as ZOMBI). He followed ZOMBI 2 with a trio of Lovecraftian Gothic horror films - with zombies usually lurking on the periphery -
CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, THE BEYOND, and HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY. While CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD had a dusty Savannah, Georgia substituting for the fictional New England town of Dunwich and was shot in 1.85:1, THE BEYOND saw the return of Fulci's ZOMBI 2 producer Fabrizio de Angelis and make-up effects man Giannetto de Rossi (HIGH TENSION). Combined with other Fulci mainstays cinematographer Sergio Salvati (THE BLACK CAT) and composer Fabio Frizzi (CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD), THE BEYOND was a more sumptuous looking and adventurous production with beautiful locations - and De Paolis sets - stand-out gore set-pieces and a number of wonderful atmospheric sequences culminating in a pessimistic-yet-eerily-beautiful vision of the titular beyond. It marked the second of three Fulci collaborations with MacColl and the first of two with Warbeck, who share a nice chemistry in underwritten roles (their chemistry extended to one of the most amusing horror movie commentary tracks prior to Warbeck's early death). The supporting cast and the crew featured a handful of Fulci regulars (Fulci himself has a speaking part as a librarian). Salvati's scope framing and lighting combined with Frizzi's choral/orchestral/electronic score, Studio Sound's typically exaggerated sound effects (including screeching tarantulas), and De Rossi's prosthetics form the apex of Fulci's horror work (with HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY and THE BLACK CAT equally atmospheric but less gory and not-quite-so apocalyptic). Fulci's mid-to-late eighties and early nineties suffered from TV-style production values (and gauzy photography) and halfhearted rehashes of his gore set-pieces, while illogical elements of the narratives felt more like lazy scripting than metaphysical haze.

Eric Cotenas

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Theatrical Release: 29 April 1981 (Italy)

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Anchor Bay Entertainment
Region 1 - NTSC
Grindhouse Releasing
Region 'A' - Blu-ray
Arrow
Region FREE - Blu-ray
Runtime 1:23:48 (4% PAL speedup) 1:27:30 1:27:34.540 1:27:27.242
Video

2.34:1 Original Aspect Ratio

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 7.16 mb/s
PAL 720x576 25.00 f/s

2.31:1 Original Aspect Ratio

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 7.75 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s

2.4:1 / 1080P Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size :24,799,703,525 bytes

Feature: 20,208,292,800 bytes

Video Bitrate: 23.51 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

2.35:1 / 1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size :33,817,507,652 bytes

Feature: 25,364,336,640 bytes

Video Bitrate: 27.99 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

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Audio English Dolby Digital 5.1; English Dolby Digital 2.0 mono; Italian Dolby Digital 2.0 mono

English Dolby Digital 5.1; English Dolby Digital 2.0 surround; English Dolby Digital 2.0 mono; Italian Dolby Digital 2.0 mono

Remix:

DTS-HD Master Audio English 4202 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4202 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Remix:

Dolby Digital Audio English 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps
Original:

DTS-HD Master Audio English 1141 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1141 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
Original: Dolby

Digital Audio Italian 96 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 96 kbps
Audio Commentary:

Dolby Digital Audio English 96 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 96 kbps

DTS-HD Master Audio English 3765 kbps 5.1 / 48 kHz / 3765 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS Audio English 1509 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit
DTS Audio Italian 1509 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit
Commentaries:

DTS Audio English 768 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit

DTS Audio English 768 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit

Subtitles English (for Italian audio), English (For English audio), none English, none English, none English, none
Features Release Information:
Studio: Arrow Video

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 2.34:1

Edition Details:
• DISC 1:
• Audio Commentary by actors Catriona MacColl and David Warbeck
• Audio Commentary by Antonella Fulci, moderated by Callum Waddell
• AKA Sarah Keller: Interview with Cinzea Monreale (16:9; 24:02)
• THE BEYOND Q&A Session with Catriona MacColl (16:9; 19:18)
• Easter Egg: Cinzea Monreale Greeting in English
• DISC 2:
• Beyond Italy: interview with US distributor Terry Levene (16:9; )
• Butcher, Baker and Zombiemaker: interview with effects man Gianetto Di Rossi (16:9; 30:23)
• Fulci Flashbacks (16:9; 25:08)
• One Step Beyond: interview with Catriona MacColl (16:9; 29:09)
• Alternate Color Pre-Credits Sequence (16:9; 16:02)
• Original Theatrical Trailer (16:9; 3:15)

DVD Release Date: March 14th, 2011
4-panel Digipack in Slipcase

Chapters 12

Release Information:
Studio: Anchor Bay Entertainment

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 2.31:1

Edition Details:
• Audio Commentary by actors Catriona MacColl and David Warbeck
• Images from the Beyond (4:3; 16:18)
• U.S. Re-Release Trailer (16:9; 1:24)
• International Theatrical Trailer (16:9; 3:23)
• German Theatrical Trailer (16:9; 3:17)
• German Color Pre-Credit Sequence [in English or German] (16:9; 8:20)
• Necrophagia Music Video (4:3; 5:17)
• Easter Egg 1: Title Sequence from US version 7 DOORS OF DEATH (4:3; 1:31)
• Easter Egg 2: CAT IN THE BRAIN U.S. Trailer (4:3; 1:56)

 

DVD Release Date: 10 October 2000
Amaray

Chapters 53

Release Information:
Studio:
Grindhouse Releasing

Aspect Ratio:  2.4.:1

1080P Single-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size :24,799,703,525 bytes

Feature: 20,208,292,800 bytes

Video Bitrate: 23.51 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:

• Provocative commentary by stars Catriona MacColl and genre superstar David Warbeck

• Catriona MacColl intro (:57)
Optional Italian language soundtrack and original mono mix
New in-depth interviews with stars Catriona MacColl (34:05 + 12:16), Cinzia Monreale (21:57) and Giovanni De Nava, U.S. production manager Larry Ray (44:33), make-up artists Giannetto DeRossi and Maurizio Trani (32:29), cinematographer Sergio Salvati, writer Dardano Sacchetti, producer Fabrizio De Angelis, composer Fabio Frizzi, original U.S. distributor Terry Levene (19:05), and Antonella Fulci (47:54)

David Warbeck (21:07)
Rare archival interviews with director Lucio Fulci and David Warbeck (20:05 + 13:04) - Euorfest (46:04 + 5:24)
Lost German pre-credit sequence in FULL COLOR (8:24)
Extensive still galleries and theatrical trailers (3:28), TV Spots (1:08), Re-release Radio Spot (:57)
Liner notes by legendary horror journalist Chas. Balun and EuroHorror expert Martin Beine
BONUS CD - original soundtrack album by Fabio Frizzi newly remastered in stunning 96khz sound from the original studio master tapes
Chilling limited edition GLOW-IN-THE-DARK slip cover

 

Blu-ray Release Date: March 24th, 2015
Transparent
Blu-ray case inside cardboard slipcase

Chapters 50

Release Information:
Studio:
Arrow

Aspect Ratio:  2.35.:1

2.4:1 / 1080P Dual-layered Blu-ray

Disc Size :33,817,507,652 bytes

Feature: 25,364,336,640 bytes

Video Bitrate: 27.99 Mbps

Codec: MPEG-4 AVC Video

 

Edition Details:

• Introduction by star Cinzia Monreale (0:36)
• Audio Commentary with Antonella Fulci and Calum Waddell
• Audio Commentary with David Warbeck and Catriona MacColl
• AKA Sarah Keller: Cinzia Monreale remembers The Beyond (25:04)
• Catriona MacColl Q&A from the Glasgow Film Theatrer (20:08)

 

Blu-ray Release Date: February 6th, 2015
Standard Blu-ray case inside cardboard slipcase

Chapters 12

 

 

 

Comments

NOTE: The below Blu-ray captures were obtained directly from the Blu-ray disc.

ADDITION: Arrow - Region 'A' Blu-ray - January 2017 - The original Arrow Steelbook is out-of-print and fetching high prices - I presume that this is the same transfer (after recall) and what I can only guess that the Blu-rays are from different sources despite many looking very similar. The Arrow is in 2.35:1 where the Grindhouse is in 2.4:1. But I think the Arrow shows a shade more in the frame. The major differences are in the tinting sequences and a few on the Arrow are significantly superior in detail and sharpness (compare seeing-eye dog in road captures.) These scenes also having framing differences (cropping.)

Eric says: "The Italian technicians turned the sepia opening to black and white on the master Arrow received and they put it out that way. After complaints, they did a replacement program. I believe they digitally turned the black and white to sepia rather than having another scan done." (Thanks Eric!)

Arrow offer a DTS-HD Master in 5.1 surround bump, in English, that sounds solid at 3765 kbps (24-bit) pounding the film's aggression through the floorboards. Also offered, for the purists, are an English mono track in lossless and a similarly robust Italian mono track (both 24-bit). There are English subtitles for both the Italian or English options although I couldn't distinguish much difference. The wonderful score by Fabio Frizzi, composer for Fulci's Zombie (1979)  and City of the Living Dead (1980) and Sergio Martino's The Scorpion with Two Tails (1982) to name a few - sounds excellent in the lossless significantly adding to the atmosphere. The Arrow Blu-ray is Region FREE.

Arrow include the audio commentaries from their 2011 DVD - the first with Antonella Fulci and Calum Waddell and a second with David Warbeck and Catriona MacColl. Also repeated from the latter SD are the 25-minute AKA Sarah Keller: Cinzia Monreale remembers The Beyond in an interview as well as the 20-minute Catriona MacColl Q&A from the Glasgow Film Theater. There is a short introduction by star Cinzia Monreale. Surprisingly, Arrow's supplements are both less than the Grindhouse and even less than their earlier 2-disc DVD set.

Still one of THE zombie-esque flics to see in your life - a film that never stops giving. The gore is brilliant in 1080P and represents a must-own for horror and Giallo fans.

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ADDITION: Grindhouse Releasing - Region 'A' Blu-ray - April 2015 - WOW - what an incredible release! The improvement in the image quality is quite evident in the screen captures comparisons with brighter visuals showing more detail via the 1080P. There are some color-shifts which I can't address (see re-colored yellow tint on the pre-credit sequence), but presume they reflect a more accurate representation of the original - or as close as was possible. You can still see some damage under the surface - it is mostly hidden - but it is mostly in the opening 15-minutes or so. For the most part the Blu-ray presentation in-motion is very crisp showcasing some pleasing textures. Colors are richer than the SD relates and through most of the latter half - it can look almost brand new. This was better than I was anticipating and I found it impressive. Bravo.

Eric says: "I prefer the darker Anchor Bay image. I'm only guessing that the Grindhouse utilizes the same HD master as the Arrow (Grindhouse's master was approved by the cinematographer and presumably Grindhouse tweaked the HD master which was prepared by the Italian owners). If that is so, then they also had to recolor the prologue (which was shot in color and meant to be tinted not black and white like the Italian master)."

Grindhouse Releasing offer a number of audio options for watching The Beyond, a 5.1 surround Remix - DTS-HD Master at a whopping 4202 kbps in English that really packs a punch with deeply exported effects and the wonderful score by Fabio Frizzi, composer for Fulci's Zombie (1979)  and City of the Living Dead (1980) and Sergio Martino's The Scorpion with Two Tails (1982) to name a few. There is also a simply Dolby 2.0 channel stereo Remix also in English, the original 1.0 channel mono via a lossless DTS-HD Master at 1141 kbps - also the English version and, lastly a simply Dolby monaural with the Italian-dialogue. Purists should have no complaints with the original track (s) included but the surround significantly impacted in uncompressed. The sync is moderately off but it is something you get used to very quickly - and there are optional English subtitles and the Blu-ray disc is region 'A'.

The extras are totally stacked with a second Blu-ray disc of interviews, galleries etc. On the feature disc we get the same commentary, as found on the DVDs, by stars Catriona MacColl and David Warbeck reminiscing about the production - both positive and negatives. The presentation starts with an optional Catriona MacColl intro - running less than a minute. The single-layered first disc also has theatrical trailers (3:28), TV Spots (1:08), and a re-release Radio Spot (:57) as well as the lost German pre-credit sequence in full color (in both English or German).

The second
Blu-ray has a massive amount of interviews (rare archival and newer, Euorfests etc.)... approaching 5 hours worth. We get to hear from the classy Catriona MacColl, Cinzia Monreale, David Warbeck and Giovanni De Nava, as well as U.S. production manager Larry Ray, make-up artists Giannetto DeRossi and Maurizio Trani, cinematographer Sergio Salvati, writer Dardano Sacchetti, producer Fabrizio De Angelis, composer Fabio Frizzi, original U.S. distributor Terry Levene, and Antonella Fulci with yellow English subtitles for the Italian-language portions. There are some extensive still galleries and Grindhouse Releasing 'Prevues'. The package contains liner notes by legendary horror journalist Chas Balun and EuroHorror expert Martin Beine and there is a 3rd disc CD - original soundtrack album by Fabio Frizzi newly remastered in stunning 96khz sound from the original studio master tapes. The box is described as a 'chilling limited edition GLOW-IN-THE-DARK slip cover'.

We may compare to the Arrow Blu-ray one day but this Grindhouse Releasing package offers immense value to fans of this iconic horror film. We give it a VERY strong recommendation!

Gary Tooze

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NOTE (from 2011): OFFICIAL RETURNS POLICY FOR ARROW VIDEO’S THE BEYOND BLU-RAY and DVD

When your copy of The Beyond (
Blu-ray or DVD) arrives, check it to see if it has the monochrome opening. If it does and you want a replacement all you need to do is drop an e-mail to: info@arrowfilms.co.uk but go through the checklist below to make sure you send the right information:

1. Attach a scan or a good quality photo of your shipping slip or store receipt. If your e-tailer doesn’t send paper-based shipping slips please forward the shipping e-mail you receive (please note this is only for e-tailers that don’t issue paper slips).
2. Include in the e-mail your full title, name and postal address with post/zip code.
3. Please also confirm in your e-mail the retailer name where the disc was purchased from.
4. Send to info@arrowfilms.co.uk
5. Please allow up to 21 days for processing – where possible Arrow will ship as soon as they can.

Once that is done, please be patient whilst Arrow process and arrange a replacement disc. Please use the checklist before you e-mail Arrow Video to make sure you have provided all the necessary information so that your replacement disc order can be speedily expedited.

This is the same policy for DVDs and Blu-ray Discs and for Arrow Video customers from all around the world, not just in the UK.

Arrow Video would like to thank customers for their patience and hope that the final discs will bring The Beyond to life like never before.

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Early reviews of Arrow's check discs of THE BEYOND revealed that the new transfer featured the pre-credits sequence in black and white (the sequence was shot in color and processed with a yellowish tint, as it has appeared on all previous releases save for the German prints which used the full color version). Arrow has officially responded with this:

"The restoration and colour grading for THE BEYOND took place in Italy by the owner of the film, we then received the HD Master in the UK where we felt that the restoration was not good enough so had additional work on the film carried out using an HD Archangel to fix and stabilise motion, weave, picture flicker, overscan and interpolation as well as MTI technology to remove marks and picture defects. Colour grading was completed in Italy and was not tampered with here, we are investigating the colour of the film from negative to master to disc and hope to have more information soon. Once we have more information we can discuss this with the technical team and ensure the right colour is properly presented on this Arrow Video edition."

The new HD-mastered transfer on the Arrow disc seems a bit too bright in places, washing out Salvati's lighting (see capture 4) and the textures and colors of De Rossi's prosthetic make-up, although detail is better and there is more image information on all four sides of the frame (we'll see if the rest of the picture is reassessed when Arrow revisits the pre-credits sequence). English subtitles have been provided for both the English dub and the Italian dub tracks (both in original mono). The 5.1 English remix seems to be the same as (or similar to) the one prepared for the Anchor Bay edition.

Besides the entertaining MacColl/Warbeck commentary that premiered on the Anchor Bay DVD (although it was recorded for the aborted Miramax laserdisc), Arrow's DVD features a new audio commentary with Fulci's daughter Antonella. The track is not really focused, but it adds to a more dimensional perception of Fulci's sense of humor and volatile temper. Perhaps the most entertaining interview is with Terry Levene, who distributed and edited the US version 7 DOORS OF DEATH. He explains the philosophy behind the title changes of his exploitation pick-ups (which also included ZOMBI HOLOCAUST and CANNIBAL FEROX) and examples of his 42nd street promotions (although Levene fails to mention the rescoring or the non-existent Dolby Stereo track advertised on the poster art). It would have been nice to see the 7 DOORS OF DEATH trailer in full, instead of excerpted throughout the featurette. MacColl also appears in an interview. There is some overlap with the commentary, but she also mentions her reactions to being a scream queen and having three films that were caught up in the Video Nasties debacle (she also confirms that she was cast in SAINT ANGE/HOUSE OF VOICES because of the director's love of THE BEYOND and Lucio Fulci). MacColl also appears in a Q&A and has her comments upstaged by an audience member munching crisps near the microphone.

Giannetto de Rossi's interview encompasses all of his zombie work, including a humorous discussion of Jorge Grau's LIVING DEAD AT MANCHESTER MORGUE. Monreale's interview includes mention of her more notable cult role in BEYOND THE DARKNESS, her earlier Fulci appearance in SILVER SADDLE, and her later appearance in Argento's THE STENDHAL SYNDROME, but mainly focuses on her recollections of the shooting of THE BEYOND on location in Louisiana and on sound stages in Rome. "Fulci Flashbacks" is a collection of reflections on working with Fulci by cameraman Roberto Forges Davanzati (D.P. Sergio Salvati is absent from the discussion, although he recorded a commentary for the Italian DVD of THE BEYOND), Daria Nicolodi, Antonella Fulci, Dario Argento, Giannetto de Rossi, and Sergio Stivaletti. All of the featurettes are a tad clip-heavy and the introductions are still rather long, but Arrow has made their start-up promo reel skippable (it was not on VAMP). The international trailer and the alternate color pre-credits sequence round out the extras; however, while the Anchor Bay DVD presented it with the option of viewing it in either English or German, the Arrow DVD presents the sequence twice: first in English, then in German (hence the sixteen minute running time vs the Anchor Bay's eight minutes).

Extras exclusive to the Anchor Bay disc include the Grindhouse Releasing trailer, the German trailer, "Images from The Beyond" (snippets of convention footage and behind the scenes stills), Necrophagia music video "And You Shall Live in Terror," as well as the 7 DOORS OF DEATH title sequence and CAT IN THE BRAIN trailer as Easter Eggs. Grindhouse Releasing's reissue featured the same transfer, but added some more interviews.

 - Eric Cotenas

 

 

 



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