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Cat in the Brain (aka Un Gatto nel cervello, Nightmare Concert, I volti del terrore) is a 1990 Italian horror-slasher film written and directed by Italian horror filmmaker Lucio Fulci. Cat in the Brain has been compared to the horror film equivalent of Federico Fellini's 8½, using cynical, grand guignol humour. Juxtaposing gory horror clips from several of his own past horror films which he either directed and/or produced, Lucio Fulci shot a wrap-around segment featuring his own plot and used Vincenzo Tomassi's film editing (as well as his own voice over) to create the storyline - a personal insight into the effects of horror filmmaking on the psyche. Cat in the Brain is a tongue-in-cheek horror "meta" film, examining a filmmakers own self-reflexive filmmaking as well as the larger social and psychological effects of movie violence. According to one reviewer, "You have chainsaws, severed limbs hacked off by different types of weapons, hammer smashed faces (I think that is a Cannibal...
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