Tag Archives: Pier Paolo Pasolini

In Defense Of Extreme Horror Films

Extreme horror films don’t get a lot of respect, and are often called unwatchable, torture porn, and even garbage. It’s understandable – it’s not a genre for everyone. For me, the violence has never been a problem as long as the filmmaker doesn’t just show it for no reason. When …

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13 New Releases From Vin Syn’s OCN Distribution Including Gaspar Noe’s ‘Lux Aeterna’ And ‘Satan’s Children’

Hot on the heels of Partners Only Month, OCN Distribution (aka Vinegar Syndrome’s distribution company) is proud to present thirteen new releases that are sure to bring heat into your summer (and give you a reason to stay cool in your house)! There’s truly something for everyone this month, from …

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Salo, Or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) – Retro Review

When I realized that this was the 45th anniversary of the Paris Film Festival release of Salo, Or The 120 Days Of Sodom on November 22, 1975, I couldn’t wait to snatch up the opportunity to write a article about it. For years, this film has been one of my …

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