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JENNIFER WALLIS on Andrew Sinclair’s 1973 film, Blue Blood, its real-life and fictional inspirations, and — more importantly perhaps — an arresting performance by Oliver Reed.
What is a custom movie? David Kerekes looks at Mail Order Murder: the Story of W.A.V.E. Productions and talks to filmmaker, William Hellfire.
Jennifer Wallis reviews Network’s newly-restored DVD release of Just Like a Woman (1966), and enters a surreal cinematic world where hippies, Nazi architects, and unhappy wives find their place in 1960s London.
In her second blog on mothers in horror, LAKKAYA PALMER considers involuntary motherhood in Rosemary’s Baby and Hereditary.