In 1970s Baltimore, a brash, young director behind a pencil thin mustache began making some of the most bizarre and shocking films anyone had seen. 89 more words
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The amount of time I’ve found in my day has doubled, no tripled, since I stopped drinking. I get so much done now. It might be helpful that I am not working right now, so there is an extra 8 hours each day, and then add to that the 5 hours I would spend drinking at the end of the day, I guess it’s not really very surprising that I have found a lot of extra time to do things that need to be done. 424 more words
Pink Flamingos (1972)
Directed by John Waters.
Starring Divine, Edith Massey, and Mink Stole.
MPAA: X/NC-17. Language, nudity, sexual content, unsimulated fellatio, murders, cannibalism, the death of a chicken, and just general filth and disgust. 854 more words
Flavorwire Interview: John Waters on No-Budget Filmmaking, 'Multiple Maniacs,' and If He'll Direct Again
There are few truisms that nearly everyone in entertainment journalism can agree on, but here’s one of them: John Waters is a great interview. Candid, funny, dirty, and wise, the 70-year-old director of… 3,408 more words