Tuesday May 7
Repo Man (Blu-ray) Criterion Collection
Repo Man is a film that I love to talk about, but strangely - disturbingly, maybe - when I sit down to write about it, the words just don't come.
'Repo Man''s Class Anger Still Seethes Almost 30 Years Later
This month, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York rolls out a fashion exhibit devoted to punk , an honor that at once elevates the movement and diminishes it.
DVD Review: A buffet of 'Repo Man' shrimp
As years go, 1984 turned out a lot better than George Orwell's vision had it. In American film, it was a lull between the stylistic breakouts of the '60s and early '70s and the commercial mushrooming of indie films in the late '80s. It also marked the release of three comedies that would never have been made in Hollywood, except they were.
Repo Man: Criterion release and interview with director Alex Cox
Here's Alex Cox, director of Repo Man , interviewed recently by psychotronic film buff and master poster artist Jay Shaw.
Plate of Shrimp
It is an apocalypse tale with no doomsday, a punk movie with no concert, a science fiction story with less than ten seconds of aliens - Repo Man: A Lattice of Coincidence , a look back at the 1984 classic film by cult director Alex Cox, whose current project is a crowdfunded adaptation of Harry Harrison's Bill, the Galactic Hero .