Underground Film Links: May 13, 2012
For this week’s Must Read, I don’t know if this is a one-off or a series, but I hope it’s a continuing series. Mike Plante of Cinemad has posted up an article from the old print version of the online zine — and it’s a doozy!
Stan Brakhage meets Godfrey Reggio! I don’t know about anybody else, but I’m completely digging BadAzz MoFo’s poster hall of fame series of posts. Here’s a great one for
and The Land That Time Forgot , movies most people have probably forgotten since they suck so bad. Also, The People That Time Forgot , which apparently isn’t as sleazy as it sounds. Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity Donna k.
gushes over Troy, NY’s EMPAC again and perhaps for the last time. Migrating Forms is going on right now and there were lots of write-ups about the films and filmmakers, such as
, Palaces of Pity Yael Bartana, Phil Collins, , and It’s the Earth Not the Moon Eric Baudelaire. If you’re looking for something interesting to watch, Phantom of Pulp has
a fun DVD and Blu-ray guide. I liked this image of a prop (I’m guessing) from
Fantasma’s latest production. Making Light of It has some
film frames from Carl E. Brown. Robert Maier has
an excellent background article on Liz Renay, the actress who would dare to replace Divine!