Pauline Kael once wrote that since movies were so rarely great art, if one weren't interested in great trash, there wasn't much reason to pay attention to them, and one could reasonably argue that few periods brought us more top-quality cinematic trash than the 1950s and '60s. Cannes 2016: IMDb's VIP Dinner Check out photos from IMDb's annual dinner at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Live Twitter Q&A With Jodie Foster for 'Money Monster' Join us for a live Twitter Q&A with Money Monster director Jodie Foster on Friday, May 20, beginning at 9 a.m.


A documentary about the history of exploitation movies, from the silent movie era to the 1970s. With drive-ins and grindhouses across the United States making room for low-budget exploitation films of all stripes (such as horror, science fiction, teen exploitation, biker films, beach pictures, nudies, and much more) as the major studios were focusing their attention on big-budget blockbusters and television, this was a boom time for inspired trash, and Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies takes a look at the low-budget wonders of the 1950s and '60s, as well as the men and women who made them and the social and psychological subtexts lurking behind many of these movies.





Forgot password php mysql email
10 secrets of being successful quotes
Poison ivy the secret society watch online free uk




Comments to «Schlock the secret history of american movies»

  1. sex_baby writes:
    Performance enhancement and burnout prevention it ideal to end.
  2. fsfs writes:
    Meditation may be for a religious purpose.