DEAD SNOW (DOD SNO)

2.5 Stars
Year Released: 2009
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 91 minutes

AVAILABLE ON IFC ON DEMAND! You’d think that the Third Reichsploitation field had been done to death – and beyond…this is really “inglourious.”


Posted on August 23, 2009 by

LOUDER FASTER SHORTER (DVD)

“Louder Faster Shorter” is a well-filmed treat for fans of obscure old school straight-from-the-source punk…



Posted on December 11, 2007 by

HATED: SPECIAL EDITION (DVD)

There is no new footage in it as compared to the other earlier DVD release, so if you’ve seen the previous DVD you’ve seen this one, at least documentary content-wise…



Posted on September 17, 2007 by

TRANSGRESSION CONFESSIONS: INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD KERN

Film Threat rounds out the “Llik Your Idols”-inspired look back at the Cinema of Transgression, talking to Richard Kern about the new doc, his old films and his new career as a nude photographer…



Posted on September 12, 2007 by

“LLIK YOUR IDOLS”: SEX AND DEATH IN ’80s NEW YORK UNDERGROUND CINEMA

2007 EROTICA FILM FESTIVAL U.S. PREMIERE! “Llik Your Idols” is a good, entertaining, eminently viewable documentary, and a great starting point for anybody who is interested in the Cinema of Transgression and its nihilistic no future agenda and agent provocateur members…



Posted on September 11, 2007 by

“LLIK YOUR IDOLS”: INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR ANGELIQUE BOSIO (PART 2)

“Llik Your Idols” by French filmmaker Angelique Bosio documents the still-influential (and still underground) Cinema of Transgression, and Film Threat had an opportunity to discuss the film and the cinema movement with Angelique prior to the film’s West Coast film festival premiere…



Posted on September 10, 2007 by

“LLIK YOUR IDOLS”: INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR ANGELIQUE BOSIO

“Llik Your Idols” by French filmmaker Angelique Bosio documents the still-influential (and still underground) Cinema of Transgression, and Film Threat had an opportunity to discuss the film and the cinema movement with Angelique prior to the film’s U.S. premiere…



Posted on September 10, 2007 by

THE HARDCORE COLLECTION: THE FILMS OF RICHARD KERN (DVD)

3 Stars
Year Released: 1999
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 127 minutes

It’s funny. I first saw most of these black and white and color movies in a grainy illegal bootleg copy in Scotland around 1989 or so, when I was 20 and thought they were great…


Posted on August 8, 2007 by

ROCKETS REDGLARE! (DVD)

2.5 Stars
Year Released: 2004
MPAA Rating: R
Running Time: 90 minutes

The man was a vaguely interesting historical countercultural curiosity, he’s dead, and he’s probably better off that way…


Posted on August 2, 2007 by

“PUNK’S NOT DEAD”: FROM CHEMICAL ABUSE TO MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE (PART 4)

Recently there have been a number of music documentaries about the late 70’s / early 80’s DIY aesthetic of punk and hardcore rock. Hidden among the “musings on the past nostalgia” glut is Susan Dynner’s “Punk’s Not Dead,” a doc that does more than look back fondly, but looks at the world punk created as it exists, or doesn’t exist, today…



Posted on July 9, 2007 by

“PUNK’S NOT DEAD”: FROM CHEMICAL ABUSE TO MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE (PART 3)

Recently there have been a number of music documentaries about the late 70’s / early 80’s DIY aesthetic of punk and hardcore rock. Hidden among the “musings on the past nostalgia” glut is Susan Dynner’s “Punk’s Not Dead,” a doc that does more than look back fondly, but looks at the world punk created as it exists, or doesn’t exist, today…



Posted on July 9, 2007 by

“PUNK’S NOT DEAD”: FROM CHEMICAL ABUSE TO MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE (PART 2)

Recently there have been a number of music documentaries about the late 70’s / early 80’s DIY aesthetic of punk and hardcore rock. Hidden among the “musings on the past nostalgia” glut is Susan Dynner’s “Punk’s Not Dead,” a doc that does more than look back fondly, but looks at the world punk created as it exists, or doesn’t exist, today…



Posted on July 9, 2007 by

“PUNK’S NOT DEAD”: FROM CHEMICAL ABUSE TO MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE

Recently there have been a number of music documentaries about the late 70’s / early 80’s DIY aesthetic of punk and hardcore rock. Hidden among the “musings on the past” nostalgia glut is Susan Dynner’s “Punk’s Not Dead,” a doc that does more than look back fondly, but looks at the world punk created as it exists, or doesn’t exist, today…



Posted on July 9, 2007 by

ETERNALLY ANGRY EYE CANDY (PART 4)

Film Threat has a history with author Harlan Ellison, and on the eve of the festival circuit travels of a new documentary about the icon, entitled “Dreams with Sharp Teeth,” veteran Film Threat writer Graham Rae talks all things Ellison after getting a first-look at the new film…



Posted on May 24, 2007 by

ETERNALLY ANGRY EYE CANDY

Film Threat has a history with author Harlan Ellison, and on the eve of the festival circuit travels of a new documentary about the icon, entitled “Dreams with Sharp Teeth,” veteran Film Threat writer Graham Rae talks all things Ellison after getting a first-look at the new film…



Posted on May 24, 2007 by

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