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April 16, 2011

Submitted by alycia on Sat, 04/16/2011 - 09:17

  • Men, Women and Chainsaws
  • "Cult Films, Commentary Tracks and Censorious Critics: An Interview with John Bloom" by Gary Crowdus, Cineaste Summer 2003.
  • Ebert's review of "I Spit on Your Grave," which got the work censored
  • "Day of the Woman" by B. Ruby Rich
  • "Film: 'Ms.45,' a Woman Doing a 'Death Wish' Job" from the New York Times May 15, 1981
  • "The Male Body within the Excesses of Exploitation and Art: Abel Ferrara's Ms.45, Cat Chasers, and Bad Lieutenant" by Peter Lehman, The Velvet Light Trap Fall 1993

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