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Ian Pringle is an Australian writer/director who began his career with a couple of shorts and the short feature Wronsky (1979). His first feature was The Plains of Heaven (1982) which is set in the highlands of Victoria. His follow-up to that was Wrong World (1985) which is a kind of road movie in the…

Read more Writer/Director Ian Pringle on The Prisoner of St. Petersburg and his Cult Career…

*contains spoilers Following the failure of Revolt of the Zombies, the Halperins made their last interesting movie entitled Nation Aflame (1937). It turns a story by white supremacist Thomas Dixon (1864-1946 cerebral haemorrhage) of A Birth of a Nation fame on its head using several writers to produce an anti-racist film about founders of a…

Read more The Halperin Brothers White Zombie and Aftermath (Part Two)

*contains spoilers I took out the apostrophe from the Halperin Brothers White Zombie in the title because I think they are just as important as The United Nations Building and the Mark Wahlberg movie Patriots Day (2016) which also copped flak from journalists who went in a tizz for dropping the apostrophe… Chicago-born director Victor…

Read more The Halperin Brothers White Zombie and Aftermath (Part One)