Sordid Cinema Podcast #72: 70′s Horror – ‘The Fury’ and ‘The Visitor’

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This week we review Brian De Palma’s mind-blowing follow-up to his 1976 horror hit Carrie, titled The Fury, which conducts a similar variation on the theme of teenagers using psychic powers to exert repressed feelings. This is the movie that Armond White said is impossible not to completely, wholly love if you have any shred of understanding of the film medium and how it works. In the second half of the podcast we review the Euro-American science fiction horror clusterfuck Stridulum, directed by Giulio Paradisi and starring Franco Nero, Sam Peckingpaw, John Huston, Shelley Winters, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Glenn Ford and many others. All this and more.

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Playlist:  

John Williams – “The Fury”

Chvrches – “The Mother We Share”

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One Response to Sordid Cinema Podcast #72: 70′s Horror – ‘The Fury’ and ‘The Visitor’

  1. Augustine March 17, 2014 at 2:06 am

    So when are you guys gonna be doing another one of these again? The podcast needs Horror again.

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