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In 1932, movies weren’t exactly, shall we say, under as many censorship rules as they are today. There wasn’t a rating system, the Hayes Code wasn’t in effect yet, and so long as the flick didn’t show anything that you … Continue reading
Long-time readers of this blog know my love for found-footage films. The Blair Witch project remains one of my favorite movies, and I get a shudder of joy every time I find another flick, be it Grave Encounters or any of … Continue reading
To paraphrase — and plagarize — Hunter S Thompson, New York City in the late 1970’s must have been a very special time and place to be a part of. . . but no explanation, no mix of words or music … Continue reading
Wisconsin Death Trip (hereafter WDT) is a documentary made by James Marsh, and is essentially a collected series of vignettes based on and taken from the photos and newspaper articles featured in the 1973 book WDT. The fact that the book is … Continue reading