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3 things about Paolo Cavara, Gualtiero Jacopetti, and Franco Prosperi’s MONDO CANE

Mondo Cane [1962] 1. A bright blue glazed statue of Rudolph Valentino. Bright blue models rubbing their painted bodies against a large canvas, and each other. 2. After the shark is captured a poisonous sea urchin is inserted in its … Continue reading

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3 things about George Seaton’s AIRPORT

Airport [1970] 1. Multiple actors from Invasion of the Body Snatchers … what does it mean? 2. A thick black pencil in her purse, “just like the airlines use.” 3. “You’ve been bragging about your scrambled eggs. I think it’s … Continue reading

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3 things about René Cardona Jr.’s CYCLONE

Cyclone [1978] 1. 20 minutes before landing, the flight attendant serves everyone coffee, including the children. 2. They pass the newborn child around the boat. 3. Arthur Kennedy seems to have been dubbed by two or three different people. Sometimes … Continue reading

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3 things about Andrzej Zulawski’s POSSESSION

Possession [1981] 1. If Mark is barely around, where did the kid get his chipper English accent? 2. “Because you think you’ve given her supreme pleasure? You, with your Yin-Yang balls dangling from your Zen brain?” 3. An empty subway … Continue reading

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3 things about Michael Winner’s THE SENTINEL

The Sentinel [1977] 1. “He looked like an adequate lover.” 2. Eli Wallach’s extraordinarily wide blue paisley necktie. 3. It appears that Jeff Goldblum’s voice was entirely redubbed by another actor. Another loser from Winner.

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3 things about John Waters’ MULTIPLE MANIACS

Multiple Maniacs [1970] 1. Licking a bicycle seat. 2. “I love you so much, I could shit!” 3. A blind man with a tin cup at each corner.

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3 things about Paul W.S. Anderson’s EVENT HORIZON

Event Horizon [1997] 1. Just as he does in Until the End of the World, Sam Neill utters the words, “Claire. Claire.” That’s definitely where the similarities end. 2. In the future, we learn, spaceship logs will be stored on … Continue reading

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