Family italian movie films
Horror master Mario Bava created this seminal piece of the Italian horror genre that became a worldwide hit. Wood, Robin (January 1986). Follows an old pensioner living with his little dog Flike as he tries to survive in Rome.
Other similar movies and sequels include Robert Zemeckis 's film Back to the Future (1985) and its sequels Back to the Future Part II (1989) and Back to the Future Part III (1990). Following their success, much more graphic exploitation horror films by directors like Lucio Fulci and Ruggero Deodato created lots of controversy around Italian cinema due to offensive and distasteful material. The Hollywood Family Film: A History, from Shirley Temple to Harry Potter.