Posts by Joe Yanick

Hong Kong-A-Thon: Interview with Grady Hendrix

Although he’s only been at it a little over three years, Grady Hendrix’s movie marathons have become a talking point amongst genre film fanatics. Commanding a presence with his loud, boisterous voice, and often dressed in a smashing white suit, Grady was made for this. He rushes out in front of the still-adjusting eyes of the audience, pouncing on the energy of the former film and setting expectations for whatever footnote in genre history he has in store next. Having hosted two ’80s and one ’70s marathons, next in Grady’s sights is something closest to his heart: Hong Kong cinema.
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Exploitation.TV Party: SEXTOONS

Launching in 2013 with the release of the Lost Films of Herschell Gordon Lewis, Vinegar Syndrome quickly cemented themselves as one of the most important and exciting companies in the recent boutique home video boom. Presenting high quality transfers — of which they create in-house — of rare and overlooked works, VinSyn put a loving touch into their work that sets them a step above many of their competitors. In 2015, the company made a significant evolution and birthed — “a subscription based streaming service focused exclusively on offering fans of exploitation cinema the largest online library of feature films,
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It’s easy to get stuck in a rotation (or worse, a rut) where you listen to the same 10 bands, 20 records on repeat and can’t seem to find the right additions to your log of jams. With the democratization of the internet, finding music is (technically) easier than ever, but, with a million choices before you (and plenty of ways to legally stream new music) it can be a daunting task. In that light, we’ve asked our writers to share their favorite new (sometimes liberally using that word) tracks they can’t get enough of.  So without further ado, we
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