Tag Archives: AGFA

‘Warped And Faded: Weird Wednesday And The Birth Of The American Genre Film Archive:’ The Ultimate Bookend For Genre Fans – Book Review

Deep in the heart of Texas back in the late 1990s, an independent theater focusing on arthouse, horror, and exploitation cinema was established. Intent on bringing audiences unparalleled viewing experiences complete with beer and renegade programming, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema solidified its residency in Austin. Proudly engaging with its early …

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Mondo Book, ‘Warped & Faded,’ Chronicles The History Of The American Genre Film Archive

Warped & Faded

The folks at Mondo send word they’ve got an all new book heading your way. WARPED & FADED: Weird Wednesday and the Birth of the American Genre Film Archive tells the story of the Weird Wednesday film series and the American Genre Film Archive with insights from the people who …

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AGFA and Shout Factory! Form Theatrical Distribution Partnership

The American Genre Film Archive sends word they’re forming a partnership with Shout! Factory. The two film super powers will join forces to distribute 16 Werner Herzog films theatrically. They’re also distributing a huge selection of Shout! Factory films across the United States this Summer. It’s a great collection! Read …

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Retro Review: THE ZODIAC KILLER (1971)

Looking for an intense thriller centered on the Zodiac Killer? In the mood for a true-to-life depiction of Zodiac’s heinous crimes? Yes? Well, you certainly won’t find it in 1971’s The Zodiac Killer, the inaugural release from the American Genre Film Archive (AFGA), in conjunction with Something Weird Video.  Zodiac’s …

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