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Find two movies fucked up enough for each other. An interdisciplinary approach to subverting the issues of equality? Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!...
Posted July 15, 2021
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
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Find two movies fucked up enough for each other. An interdisciplinary approach to subverting the issues of equality? Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! or Pedro Almodóvar’s ¡Átame! Representing the world as it is vs as we wish it was. Almodóvar’s observations on the nature of machismo. The storyteller’s lack of moral obligation in observing the world as it is. A mental patient representing himself as pretty normal but also sometimes having a fake mustache. A conversation about the importance of tone vs narrative via The Witch Who Came From the Sea. A cursed film. The very strange ways people come to the film and the eerie sense of mystery it ads. What (still) lurks on channel X? Lowercase double features have returned to the physical world! What difference does watching a beaten 35mm print actually make on the viewing experience?
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Tie Me Up Tie Me Down
Released: December 12, 1989
Runtime: 101 min | IMDB | Wikipedia
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Writer: Pedro Almodóvar, Yuyi Beringola
Starring: Victoria Abril, Antonio Banderas, Loles León
Recently released from a mental hospital, Ricky ties up Marina, a film star he once had sex with and keeps her hostage.
The Witch Who Came From the Sea
Released: February 6, 1976
Runtime: 83 min | IMDB | Wikipedia
Director: Matt Cimber
Writer: Robert Thom
Starring: Millie Perkins, Lonny Chapman, Vanessa Brown
Anger stemming from being abused as a child drives an alcoholic's daughter to kill as an adult.