Beyond the Door II (Schock) (Suspense)
Beyond the Door II (Schock) (Suspense) (1977)

This effective occult horror film was the final feature directed by the legendary Mario Bava. Daria Nicolodi gives her most convincing performance as Dora, who moves back into her old house with a new husband, Bruno (John Steiner), after… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: October 1, 1977
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Steve Biodrowski

The film is not without interest to fans with patience to sit through the dull recitatives in exchange for the occasional beautiful aria, but the pleasures are few and far between.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

It's actually an effective, scary horror movie in its own right.

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Flixster User Reviews
Keiko Aya
Scary? Yes in it's own way and throw Mario Bava's imganation and concept. Now Mario Bava is withouta doubt one of my top 5 directors of all time and… More
Michael Gildea
AKA Shock. Later (70s) Bava has a tendency to be utter crap in my book but overall this wasn't too bad. This is one of the creepiest movies I've ever… More
Tim Salmons
Ok, this isn't the best Mario Bava has to offer. I have a tendency to dislike most child actors and that brings down my enjoyment of this, as does the… More
Ryan Marshall
4.9/10 Mario Bava's final film opens with some intriguing, effective, and admittedly atmospheric shots of basements, beaches, and even sinks. These… More
Robert C
Usually listed as Shock since it has nothing to do with Beyond The Door. A little slow...a little disjointed...but fun in a "Bava-rian" sort of… More
John Me
"Schock" is the last movie of Mario Bava. It is an entertaining and professionally made ?Haunted House' chiller, containing multiple other… More