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Old 27th January 2019, 02:19 PM
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The Bundy Tapes is genuinely unsettling, mainly because of how charming and normal Bundy can often be. A different profile to most Serial Killers.

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Hearing his voice throughout just gives it that extra feeling of unease.
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I've seen this advertised on Netflix and quite fancy checking it out.
Definitely well worth your time. I hope they explore others in the same fashion.
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Definitely well worth your time. I hope they explore others in the same fashion.
I agree look on Netflix and loads of similar stuff to this , also I said to Sam would be nice instead of real life documentaries on people we know how about some on people we probably don't know eg , killer from Australia, Japan , or Italy good watching these documentaries but they all seem to be the same people all the time , Ed Gein , John Wayne gacy , etc .
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Watching The Garden Of Eden ...welll tis Sunday after all

I was given this to watch. As it is very anally retentive, I can sort of see why
I could do the same with Lovecraft tbh. Next!
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Old 1st October 2019, 06:44 PM
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Memory The Origin Of Alien

Which is an interesting look at the O'Bannon again. A high recommend here, even with the cough modern interpretation of said film by one person. Of course it mentions the Dune connection so ....


Jodorowsky's Dune

Which just makes me smile (well until Hypocritewood ruins it ahem)
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Carousella (1966)

Half hour documentary portraying the lives of three strippers in sixties London.

Sympathetic rather than lurid, the film shows their home life as well as a dance from each of them at their place of work. On the whole the three seem to enjoy what they do and the money they earn. The film also documents Soho in the mid sixties and the businesses that resided there.

An informative piece, the BBFC banned it as it might actually entice other young women into the adult industry which was frowned upon by the censors.

Fans of The Who may find part of this doc rewarding too.
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Old 25th February 2020, 04:17 PM
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Carousella (1966)



Half hour documentary portraying the lives of three strippers in sixties London.



Sympathetic rather than lurid, the film shows their home life as well as a dance from each of them at their place of work. On the whole the three seem to enjoy what they do and the money they earn. The film also documents Soho in the mid sixties and the businesses that resided there.



An informative piece, the BBFC banned it as it might actually entice other young women into the adult industry which was frowned upon by the censors.



Fans of The Who may find part of this doc rewarding too.
I think I've seen this, is it an extra on a BFI Flipside disc?
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I think I've seen this, is it an extra on a BFI Flipside disc?
It is. On two actually. Initially it was on Primitive London but i watched it as an extra on Kim Newman's Guide to the Flipside .

I own it twice but this was a first time watch.
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It is. On two actually. Initially it was on Primitive London but i watched it as an extra on Kim Newman's Guide to the Flipside .

I own it twice but this was a first time watch.
I've seen it on Kim Newman's guide then I saw the name and it struck a chord!
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I've seen it on Kim Newman's guide then
...And I saw it on 'Primitive London'!
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