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Heroes of Cult: Werner Herzog

Described by Janet Maslin, the New York Times critic, as the “consummate poet of doom,” Herzog is one of cinema’s most crusading directors. His personal quest has led him to explore subjects such as collective insanity (in Heart of Glass) and the rise of Nazism (Invincible) and taken him to the depths of the Peruvian jungle, (for films such as Aguirre, The Wrath of God and Fitzcarraldo) and the Sahara desert (for Fata Morgana). 1,972 more words

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Film Review: The Great Silence

Sergio Corbucci is the lesser known Sergio between himself and Leone but he was also an accomplished spaghetti western director. I’ve been a huge fan of his film “Django” (reviewed… 531 more words

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Film Review: A Bullet For the General

I’ve been watching through a lot of spaghetti westerns that I haven’t seen before, mostly stuff that was critically acclaimed or touted a lot by film historians of the genre. 356 more words

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Vault of the Cult - Grand Slam

A journalistic review of the Giuliano Montaldo heist film, Grand Slam, starring Klaus Kinski, Janet Leigh, and Edward G. Robinson.

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Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

I want to get my Nosfera-two hours back. This movie had some artistic styling, but to get to that style of the art you had to wait for the paint to dry… by watching it. 124 more words

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