Wednesday, March 28, 2012

FILLMORE DISCOS 68

The Woman, 2011 (*****)
this modern pitch-black misandrist horror masterpiece directed by Lucky McKee is the kind of movie that Michael Haneke will only ever dream about making; whilst the entire cast is fantastic, Pollyanna McIntosh is off the scale - please don't miss this one

May, 2002 (*****)
Lucky McKee's first  movie (not counting the budget romp All Cheerleaders Die) is a delightfully twisted lesbian-centric psycho-horror which will crawl into your vandalised psyche to spray paint obscene graffiti for its disturbed memory to linger on long after its final credits have rolled past

Thank God It's Friday, 1978 (****)
Donna Summer's sensational, electrifying live performance is undoubtedly the highlight in an otherwise still highly enjoyable vintage disco outing

Roller Boogie, 1979 (***)
sexy Linda Blair stars in this obscure late 70s West Coast disco film with a very special soundtrack for the genre's connoisseurs amongst us

The Woman In Black, 2011 (*)
Harry Potter pretends to be an adult in an inevitably dreadful British supernatural 'horror'; a 'Hammer' movie, my ass

FILLMORE DISCOS 67 - 70s RARITIES 6
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2 comments:

William Kretschmer said...

So happy there's another person in this world who knows what Michael Haneke is worth...

retreatandtreat said...

Yeah... Haneke definetly wants to make a stupid genre movie...