Gods Of Grindhouse: Interviews With Exploitation Filmmakers

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"Grindhouse" is a term that refers to theaters that primarily showed exploitation films.

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There were a handful of these theaters on 42nd Street in New York City. These theaters showed a variety of films that generally featured sex, violence, and bizarre subject matter. These included slasher films, X-rated movies, badly-dubbed Hong Kong chop socky pictures, blaxploitation, and general exploitation films. Gods of Grindhouse: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers contains conversations with a variety of filmmakers associated with such films, including key figures such as Roger Corman, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Larry Cohen, David F. Friedman, William Lustig, Ted V. Mikels, and others.

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Author Andrew Rausch
Publisher Bearmanor Media
Page Count 172pp
Publication Size 6 x 9
Publication Notes paperback, b/w & color
Publication Date December 2013
ISBN 978-1593937348

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