Fat City (1972)

“Before you can get rolling, your life makes a beeline for the drain.” In this gritty and uncompromising drama directed by John Huston, Stacy Keach portrays “Billy Tully” – a…

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Messiah of Evil (1973)

"In order to live, they will take you one by one … And no one will hear you scream!" For pure early 1970’s weirdness, few low-budget horror movies come close…

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Love and Death (1975)

“If it turns out there is a God, I don’t think that He’s evil. I think the worst you can say about Him is that basically He’s an underachiever.” I…

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Legends of the Blues

"The blues is an art of ambiguity, an assertion of the irrepressibly human over all circumstance whether created by others or by one's own human failings. They . . .…

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Stone Reader (2002)

“I can’t believe a guy could write a book this good and just disappear.” In 1972, Mark Moskowitz, a college freshman, picked up a copy of a novel called The…

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