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Sorcerer (1977)

Sorcerer
Dir. William Friedkin
Premiered June 24, 1977

If you asked Peter Biskind, author of the seminal New Hollywood history Easy Riders Raging Bulls, to pick one film contributed directly to the end of this particular era of studio filmmaking, he’d probably say Heaven’s Gate. 665 more words

1977

Nick Feldman on how Wang Chung gave To Live and Die in L.A. a deeper dimension

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, MARCH 13, 1987

By Steve Newton

Why would a British commercial pop outfit name themselves Wang Chung? Beats me. Maybe because Duran Duran was already taken. 686 more words

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TOMB OF NOSTALGIA: THE EXORCIST III (1990)

THE EXORCIST III (1990)

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This review is for the original theatrical cut. 607 more words

Tomb Of Nostalgia

The ASIDESTEPS CANON – b-sides vol. VII

The Canon.  One hundred films with nothing from the top 250 Sight & Sound poll.  These are the b-sides; un-canonised, free from decades of perception and discussion, but great films in their own right.  1,094 more words

The Canon

The Exorcist (1973)

STORY – 1
DIRECTOR – 1
ACTOR – 1
MUSIC – 1
CULT – 1

Verdict – 5/5

Pros –

1) The definitive exorcism movie. It all started here. 86 more words

Movies

Cruising: del leather sadomasoquista al desorden mental

Por Alberto Molina

William Friedkin se volvió uno de esos nombres consagrados en el cine gracias a The Exorcist, de 1973. No obstante la obvia referencia, Friedkin también es reconocido por obras envueltas en polémica por las temáticas que aborda. 642 more words

Cine Y TV

Jaded Guardian William Friedkin

For our second 4/20 double feature show, we are going to delve right into cinematic abyss of William Friedkin’s colorful mind. The legendary badass film-maker with box-office hits… 1,300 more words