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Beautiful.During the current pandemic Scarecrow Video has expanded their footprint to something like 17 states for mail-order rental. Definitely something to shake a 6–10 foot stick at. Worth checking out on their website so you can participate in either Hooptober or Scarecrow’s Psychotronic Challenge. A few years after the first Hooptober, another semi-hyper-specific marathon curated by Scarecrow Video operating out of Seattle emerged, without the need to journal or review each and every movie you watch. 2 films with a black director or predominantly black cast or lead. The highest rated horror film from the 50s that you haven’t seen and can access.

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The couple, their relatives, and the domestic certainly seem trapped in a labyrinth that has no end. Collection of best and rare films, arthouse and just interesting movies. Will “The Legend of Tarzan” be that catastrophic for Warner Bros.?

I’ll never get rid of my Holy Grail, Ghostbusters and Akira Criterion laser discs. What you should see in cinemonster is how you use the word “media” to convey a medium. A good movie’s movie camera can be a great medium to convey a very specific message, and you’ll probably get a lot of use out of it. What’s most important, however, is to be versatile.

In last year’s interview with Merry-Go-Round magazine, you mentioned plans to turn Hooptober into a film festival. In a post-pandemic world, how can we keep independent niche film festivals thriving? I’m not even sure how viable something like that will be next year. Post-pandemic will require more creativity and outside-the-box thinking, and will probably continue to feed some drive-ins. Been a while since more than a handful of people wanted to put money into a drive-in, which is nice to see.