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William Friedkin's Sorcerer: The Birth, Death and Resurrection of a Classic Film

Last Sunday, I had the honour of introducing Sorcerer at Fact cinema in Liverpool. It was a somewhat nerve-wracking experience, not for the public-speaking aspect, which I enjoy, but at the thought that the audience wouldn’t like the film. 1,404 more words

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Friedkin And Sorcerer In Sight And Sound Magazine.

William Friedkin discusses the 40th anniversary of Sorcerer in the December 2017 issue of Sight And Sound. Check your local newsstand.

William Friedkin

Sorcerer at FACT Liverpool December 3rd

Excellent news! Sorcerer will now play at FACT cinema in Liverpool on December 3rd at 12 noon. We sold enough tickets via Ourscreen to make the screening happen, but there are still plenty of tickets available so if you able to attend book… 160 more words

Episode #43 of The Swampflix Podcast: 90s Shaqsploitation & Power Rangers (2017)

Welcome to Episode #43 of The Swampflix Podcast! For our forty-third episode, we bravely dive headfirst into the Only 90s Kids Will Understand™ deep end. 41 more words

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Sorcerer (1977) ⭐⭐⭐

Obliterated at the box office by a little indie called Star Wars released that same summer in ’77, William Friedkin’s remake of The Wages of Fear is considered a lost gem by many. 239 more words




Directed by William Friedkin

USA, 1977

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Three desperate men arrive in a run-down banana republic.

One is a Palestinian terrorist, another a French businessman fleeing bankruptcy, the third an American trying to evade the mob. 156 more words

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Transporting gallons of nitroglycerin through the jungle, Roy Scheider and his crew drive to the very edge of survival – a bit like Jaws, except this 1977 existential thriller was a… 275 more words