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Keyword : Cult Cinema

1.

An interview with the director of the horror classic, The Wicker Man.

2.

Matthew Hays' somewhat tongue in cheek appreciation of the 1970s (cult?) non-hit, Jonathan Livingston Seagull.

3.

An interview with co-founder of Severin Films DVD company, David Gregory.

4.

An in-depth interview with Frank Henenlotter on the release of his first feature film in 16 years, Bad Biology.

5.

A book review essay of the BFI's modern classic series on The Big Lebowski.

6.

A psychoanalytical analysis of the unique Greek cult film ??Singapore Sling??, a postmodern melange of classic film noir tropes, melodrama, gothic horror, Expressionism, and exploitation cinema (extreme gore, explicit sex).

7.

An theoretical analysis of what makes the cult film fan tick, from a psychoanalytical standpoint.

8.

A review essay of one of the most intriguing low budget American horror films ever made, taking into account production history and how director Herk Harvey uses the film's technical limitations to its benefit.

9.

A tribute to the Hammer great Freddie Francis, cinematographer par excellence and director of countless horror films, including the film given extensive analysis here, The Creeping Flesh.

10.

Using the critical status of Stanley Kubrick, David Church analyzes how the films of a revered art film auteur can also be held up examples of cult cinema.

11.

Cult classic of the 1970s rediscovered and gets a small theatrical and DVD release.

12.

A long overdue look at Zulueta's lost cult classic, Arrebato.

13.

Offscreen welcomes Randolph Jordan with his first of a two-part festival report on Fantasia 2001.

14.

The definitive interview on one of Montreal's most notorious independent feature films, Subconscious Cruelty. Enough said.

15.

A look back to Fantasia 1999 and a look forward to Fantasia 2000.

16.

Interview conducted by Donato Totaro, Mitch Davis, and Jason J. Slater in Montreal, Canada during the 1999 Fantasia Film Festival. Photos taken by King-Wai Chou.

17.

Interview conducted by Donato Totaro, Mitch Davis, and Jason J. Slater in Montreal, Canada during the 1999 Fantasia Film Festival. Photos taken by King-Wai Chou.

18.

The Untold Story: Bun Man is a cracker of a serial killer film, Hong Kong style.


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