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Wednesday, September 04, 2013



Great piece about a truly wonderful film. This is one of those special films not many unfortunately seem to know about - a fitting portrayal of the period it was made in. I am currently doing research about 60s and 70s in Hollywood/American filmmaking and this definitely is a film I will include to my piece. The scene where the horror of the cinema and the horror of the real life come together at the drive in is truly horrifying and thus one I will always remember.

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