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Friday, September 29, 2017

Underrated '77 - Justine Johnson

Justine Johnson is an obsessive former video-store employee and current film programmer for the Columbus Theatre in Providence, RI. You can reach her via the internet on Twitter @moviessexa.
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Ruby
Directed by Curtis Harrington
Piper Laurie will always be the most terrifying woman alive. The theme song is worth watching the entire film for. A GHOST TRIES TO SEDUCE PIPER BY POSSESSING HER DAUGHTER.
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Death Game
Directed by Peter Traynor
This theme song is also insane. Colleen Camp and Sondra Locke show up on Seymour Cassells doorstep on his 40th birthday and try to seduce him. Things go very badly. Please do not watch the remake.
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Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Directed by Richard Brooks
I love this film very very much. Diane Keaton is a gift to us all.
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The Haunting of Julia
Directed by Richard Loncraine
My favorite Mia Farrow is when she is confronted with the evil or supernatural. She is wonderful in this ghosty thriller as a grieving mother haunted by the death of her daughter.
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Orca The Killer Whale
Directed by Michael Anderson
The most erotic killer whale film you could ever see as a child.
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One Sings, The Other Doesn't
Directed by Agnes Varda
Agnes Varda is a gift to us all. Please watch this.
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