Welcome to another episode of The Films of 1973, where I review every available film from 1973!
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For this episode I’m joined by local film buff and Twin Cities Cosplayer, Earl Luckes.
Together we’ll be reviewing:
BAD CHARLESTON CHARLIE [PG] 1hr 31min Starring Ross Hagen ,John Carradine; Directed by Ivan Nagy – Coal miners become thieves in the 1930’s.
THE SINGLE GIRLS [R] 1hr 17min Starring Claudia Jennings; Directed by Beverly & Ferd Sebastian– A killer is a loose at a retreat for swingers.
GANJA & HESS [R] 1hr 52min Starring Duane Jones; Directed by Bill Gunn– An experimental African-American vampire flick.
JUST BE THERE [PG] 1hr 33min Directed by David Feldshuh – A Vietnam veteran is torn between writing a novel about the war, and settling down with a 9 to 5 job….. boo hoo.
WEDDING IN WHITE [R] 1hr 42min Starring Carol Kane, Donald Pleasance; Directed by William Fruet – A teen is raped by her brothers Army buddy and is then blamed for it when she becomes pregnant.
SISTERS [R] 1hr 32min Starring Margot Kidder, Jennifer Salt, Charles Durning, William Finley; Directed by Brian De Palma – Legendary filmmaker Brian De Palma’s pivotal horror film about a young woman who may have an evil twin sister who has a murderous streak.
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