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November 19, 2023

The Strange Psychology of “Doraemon: Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen”

I was unfamiliar with Nobita and Doraemon when I first went to watch Nobita's Three Visionary Swordsmen. I recognized the image of Doraemon, he pops […]
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November 12, 2023

Goran Stolevski’s “You Won't Be Alone”

Goran Stolevski’s 2020 debut film You Won't Be Alone is a poem. There is almost no dialogue between characters, but we are able to hear […]
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November 5, 2023

“In My Skin,” Body Horror Cronenberg Can Only Dream Of

In 2002, French filmmaker Marina de Van wrote, directed, and starred in In My Skin. It is a body horror film, but it’s free of […]
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October 29, 2023

Crayon Shin-Chan: The Hidden Treasure of the Buri Buri Kingdom 

Crayon Shin-Chan is a very popular manga and anime series in Japan. It began in 1990 and is still ongoing. It also happens to be […]
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October 22, 2023

Piotr Szulkin’s Visionary Tetralogy Part 2: “O-Bi O-Ba” and “Ga-Ga”

Like Golem (1979) and The War of the Worlds: Next Century (1981), Piotr Szulkin’s O-Bi, O-Ba: The End Of Civilization (1985) is an ugly film. […]
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October 18, 2023

Piotr Szulkin’s Visionary Tetralogy Part 1:“Golem” and “War Of The Worlds”

Piotr Szulkin (1950-2018) was a Polish director, screenwriter, animator, novelist, theatrical director, and painter. In 1979, he released the first of four films that would […]
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October 15, 2023

William Kentridge’s Film “Felix In Exile”

William Kentridge was born in Johannesburg in 1955. He is white. He spent the first forty years of his life living under apartheid. Both of […]
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October 11, 2023

The Weird World of LSD

Robert Ground’s The Weird World of LSD is not a sober public service announcement about the dangers of lysergic acid diethylamide. It’s really just a […]
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October 8, 2023

The Newly Discovered Korean Kaiju Epic “Space Monster Wangmagwi”

All that Ahn Hee wanted was to have the beautiful wedding day she had always dreamed of, but no one seemed to care. The police […]
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October 6, 2023

Ron Jeremy’s Sex World Girls

As a cinephile, I have some guiding principles that help me choose what to watch. One simple directive is to watch any and all science […]
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October 1, 2023

24 Thoughts On Michael Haneke’s "71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance" 

Austrian director Michael Haneke wrote and directed 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance in 1994. It consists of 71 scenes. Our lives have a […]
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September 24, 2023

Don’t Go See Porndogs: The Adventures of Sadie, You’ve Been Warned

You can go ahead and read this article, but don’t watch the film, just don’t do it. I know, you’ll say “but I like bad […]
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September 17, 2023

Adventures In Underground Film With Jon Moritsugu and Amy Davis 

“For me, Mod Fuck Explosion was the culmination of the right amount of narrative and the right amount of sheer spectacle. Combine ‘em and you’ve […]
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September 3, 2023

Alex Proyas’ First Film: “Spirits Of The Air, Gremlins Of The Clouds”

Spirits Of The Air, Gremlins Of The Clouds was written, directed, and produced in 1989 by Alex Proyas. It was shot in a desert in […]
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August 31, 2023

I Couldn’t Wait For “End Of The World” To End

Oh my lord, this movie is boring! I watched the whole thing on 1.5x speed, but it still felt painfully slow. Nothing happens, I mean, […]
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August 27, 2023

20 Bizarre Movie Posters

I present to you 20 of the strangest movie posters I have ever seen, not including those hand made ones from Ghana. Those are in […]
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August 23, 2023

Ultraman Zero: Revenge of Belial 

Ultraman Zero: Revenge of Belial appears to have been filmed entirely in front of a green screen. It could have been made in someone’s basement. […]
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August 20, 2023

Bewaffa Se Waffa Is A Lot More Than Just Another Bollywood Musical

When it was released in 1992, Bewaffa Se Waffa was not a big financial success. It seems audiences didn’t like the actor who played the […]
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August 16, 2023

Is Sex The Answer To Everything? Ms. Magnificent Is Gonna Find Out

Whether it is Superman, Black Panther, or Mighty Mouse, violence has always been the go-to solution for every superhero. If it can’t be solved with […]
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August 13, 2023

The Baron Against The Demons: An Eye-Popping Adventure both Literally And Figuratively

Let’s see, what are we shoving in the blender today? We’re gonna need a full cup of Buckaroo Banzai, four tablespoons of freshly grated Catholicism, […]
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August 9, 2023

A Sexploitation Santo Movie?

The poster for this film bears the title El Vampiro y el Sexo, but on IMDb, the film is listed as Santo and Dracula's Treasure. […]
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August 6, 2023

The Russian Psyche As Seen In Vordum And Other Soviet Animations

Vordum: Price of Death is not for everyone. I grew up watching Ray Harryhausen films, and as a result, I have a deep abiding love […]
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August 2, 2023

The Megalodon And Me: A True Story

I think it was around 1978, and I hadn’t even seen Jaws. Jaws came out in '75, when I was 7, but you didn’t have […]
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July 30, 2023

Joel Landwehr’s Trashy, Smutty, Awful Films

You know you are in for something special when the film you’ve chosen for the evening’s entertainment opens with a finger-painted title card like this […]
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