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Reefer Madness (1936) – dir. Louis J. Gasnier

Reefer MadnessĀ is the unusual type of film whose undeniable datedness in quality has essentially improved its stature in the pop culture universe. It was essentially conceived as an “educational” film, meant to be shown in classrooms, meetings, and the like, … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day (1980): Consumerist Culture Gone Bad

I’m just going to put this out there: I love Troma. The company itself has been a source of disdain for many a cinephile, but I suppose this is one reason why I can appreciate them so much. They epitomize … Continue reading

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