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Deranged Review


OK
Norman Bates is back (well, his alter-ego, anyway) in this silly slasher flick from 1974, about an older man who's trying to keep his dead mother's body intact by harvesting the flesh of his lady friends. Inspired by the handiwork of Ed Gein (and interrupted frequently by a Reefer Madness-style narrator), Deranged isn't much of a movie, though it should entertain fans of high (and unintentional) camp.

Videodrome Review


Excellent
"It's just murder and torture. No plot. No characters."

That's James Woods describing Videodrome, the pirate TV show his programming exec Max discovers being broadcast, ostensibly from Malaysia. The show features people -- mostly naked women -- being electrocuted, beaten, and eventually killed. That's the show. Woods's Max becomes obsessed with the show, which he quickly discovers is real -- not make-believe. And it's not Malaysian, it's from Pittsburgh. And there's something underneath the regular track... something sinister that ultimately reveals a dark conspiracy.

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