Director: Lucio Fulci
Year Released: 1977
An egregious and laughable attempt at a supernatural thriller by Dr. Fulci, best known for making cheapo gore pictures in which prosthetic eyeballs get skewered in some creative way or people puke up their intestines or zombies wrestle tiger sharks. Here, Jennifer O'Neill's (bland, generic) character has "visions" which lead her to find out why there's a skeleton 'buried' in the walls of an old house, but her ESP is spotty and fails to warn her that she'll end up shoved in the wall herself (whoops!). Ms. O'Neill could have also used some of those psychic abilities in real-life to figure out which man was right for her - nine friggin' marriages make Elizabeth Taylor look like a nun in comparison. This is allegedly Quentin Tarantino's favorite Fulci, but I prefer Don't Torture the Duckling (which was Lucio's favorite of his own pictures).