Feb 26, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Popular culture's numbing effect
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to violence the word and the act. While violence cloaks itself in a plethora of disguises Violence devours all it touches; its voracious appetite rarely fulfilled." Thus begins the opening monologue by John Furlong in Russ Meyer's 1965 film, Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! The film itself is hilarious despite its ... (more)
Welcome To Violence: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill
Recently Al Ewing and Sarah Peploe came into possession of a box set containing " 18 uplifting classics " from the cinematic oeuvre of Russ Meyer.
Henry Wagons: Expecting Company? EP
"I'm in love with Mary Magdalene!" Henry Wagons bellows early on his new duets EP, Expecting Company? Of course he is.
Go, Baby - GO! Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! at Logue's This Weekend
As the titan of exploitation cinema, Russ Meyer understood the importance of sly satire, sexual innuendo, outrageous violence a and really large breasts.
The Austin Chronicle
Alamo experiments with theatrical on demand for Tura Satana
If you read our feature about the new experiments in theatrical on demand , and the five case studies about the new concept for booking films, you'll know Alamo Drafthouse head honcho Tim League is dipping his toes in these strange new waters.