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Chris D Smith
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Abel Ferrara's Cult Classic "Ms.45" Starring Zoe Lund
Ms.45 6/23/2017 In the same vein as “I Spit on Your Grave” released in 1978, “Ms.45” released in 1981 is a rape revenge shocker.  A B style feminist film of a woman’s revenge against the men who have assaulted her.  While “Grave” got all the attention, good...
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"Welcome to the Dollhouse" The Best Indie Film of 1995!
Welcome to the Dollhouse 6/10/2017 “Welcome to the dollhouse” was the breakout indie film of 1995 and launched the career of film maker Todd Solondz.  The auteur director is known for his dark humor and satirical wit, he likes to torture his characters not ...
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Tributo de Guillermo De Toro: "Blade 2"
Blade 2 4/29/2017 The sequel to the 1998 graphic comic adapted film “Blade” was given to Guillermo Del Toro to direct for a 2002 release.  Starring Wesely Snipes as the half man half vampire and his father figure side kick Whistler, played by Kris Krisoffer...
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Tributo De Guillermo De Toro: "The Devil's Backbone"
The Devil’s Backbone 3/28/2017 Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro’s 3rd film is the finely crafted gothic fairy tale “The Devil’s Backbone”.  This critically acclaimed film was release in 2001, four years after the disappointing experience of “Mimic”.  It’...
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Tributo de Guillermo Del Toro: "Mimic"
Mimic 3/25/2017 Guillermo Del Toro’s second film was the modestly budgeted studio film “Mimic” and according to Del Toro was a complete disaster from start to finish.  His stylistic touches can be found sporadically but things just don’t come together in th...
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"Cronos" by Guillermo Del Toro
Tributo de Guillermo Del Toro Cronos 3/21/2017 Mexican auteur director Guillermo Del Toro’s first film was the vampiric fairy tale “Cronos” about a husband and grandfathers encounter with a small golden device that houses a worm like creature and gives ever...
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