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Monthly Archives: September 2011
The latest from Don Coscarelli looks great.
Ken Russell alters us all.
William Hurt, in his screen debut, experiments with that nostalgic 80s pastime, sensory deprivation, which culminates in biological devolution. Writer Paddy Chayefsky, credited onscreen as Sidney Aaron despite writing the novel his screenplay was based on, disowned Ken Russell’s wacko hallucinatory approach, which plays more like a remake of Return of the Ape Man. Original director Arthur Penn and fx maven John Dyksytra also resigned after disputes with Chayefsky, whose last picture this was.Darren Aronofsky revisited this territory in The Fountain, to equally mixed results.
A Jack Arnold feature!
A late entry in the 1950s Universal International monster gallery, this is mostly composed of leftover ideas and props from the glory days. Still, there’s a level of studio professionalism that its indie competitors could never match. Perennially affordable sci-fi leading man Arthur Franz, infected with the blood of a prehistoric fish, turns into a Neanderthal who chases pretty coeds and comes to (natch) a bad end out on the backlot.
I think it was John Landis who once told us that every movie is better if there’s a guy in an ape suit. Let’s find out!
A flurry of fetish.
Further proof the 1970s were (was?) the wildest decade in film history. ”Special needs” have never been so special as in this weirdo melodrama about a trio of women bringing up a fully grown man as a baby in diapers and a crib. Mainstream director Ted Post seems a little miscast as the ringmaster of this staidly-shot but crazy movie that never got much theatrical or tv play but has just been put out on dvd by Severin Films.
Properly: Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny and Girly.
This dark British psycho drama didn’t get much attention in the states, or really much of anywhere else. It’s a kind of off-broadway conceit with a dysfunctional “family” of deranged people who play murderous “games” with luckless outsiders in an old manor house. Not quite a horror film or really a black comedy, it fell between markets and was pretty much considered lost until its recent dvd resurrection.