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Saturday Matinee: Mr. Freedom

“Mr. Freedom” (1969) is a surreal polemic directed by William Klein skewering patriotism, imperialism and cold war scare-mongering by chronicling the idiotic exploits of an all-American superhero. 40 more words

Culture

Review: Taxidermia

Taxidermia

Director: György Pálfi
Cast: Gergely Trócsányi, Csaba Czene, Gábor Máté, Marc Bischoff

Plot

From the Second World War to modern-day, three generations thread a visually and metaphorically striking narrative. 279 more words

Movies

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Shriek of the Mutilated (1975)

I would liken exploring cult cinema to treasure hunting. You have to put yourself through much trial and tribulation, only to end up with a lot of dud films. 394 more words

Comedy

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ORPHAN'S THANKSGIVING @ THE OVERGROUND: Speed Racer


Another film with a troubled past, the Wachowski’s 2008 adaptation of the classic Japanese anime SPEED RACER was almost a very different movie. Musician and talking head Henry Rollins was originally cast as the mysterious Racer X with Johnny Depp in the lead as the titular Speed Racer when the film was to be helmed by The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle director Julien Temple before ultimately falling apart. 102 more words

Cinema

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Donnie Darko

The Vendy’s Jon Jardine discusses the Cult film Donnie Darko

As part of our cult movie theme for our NPA Journalism course, I selected to watch… 807 more words

Pupils

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THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (1956)

A  film by Charles Laughton, Robert Mitchum

Cast: Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Lillian Gish

This is a cult film at his best. It was a failure when it came out back then and let me tell you that is a mistake years later it got what it deserved people saw it and it became a success. 428 more words

Drama

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ERASERHEAD (1977)

A film by David Lynch

Cast: Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph

David lynch did this film as is first feature and it became a cult film  in an instead. 283 more words

Drama

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