Stoker’ & Kickstarter-funded filmmaking

Sordid Cinema Podcast #52

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The second film of the year to feature a South Korean director making his Western debut, Park Chan-wook’s Stoker has already divided critics and audiences sharply. In a two-part review, Ricky, Edgar and Simon try to earn royalties from the Hitchcock estate by evoking the master of suspense’s name as often as possible. Following that, a brief but wide-ranging discussion on the possible implications of Kickstarter-funded filmmaking.

Playlist:

Emily Wells – “Becomes the Color”


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The Sordid Cinema podcast (a spin off, of the Sound On Sight podcast) focuses on extreme and eccentric genre flicks.

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