We have a lot of articles pending this week—and we’re not sure, even at this late date, in exactly what order the pieces will be published. We can promise next week that you’ll see our long-pending reader-suggested review of the notorious underground necrophilia shockfest Nekromantik and Alfred’s review of Heart of the Beholder (a documentary on the battle between a mom-and-pop video store and the St. Louis chapter of Citizens for Decency over Martin Scorcese’s The Last Temptation of Christ).
We haven’t published any examples of “the weirdest search terms used to locate the site” lately, but some doozies have come over the server log. “Catfighting stewardesses” gets the “we’re incredibly proud to be ranked #2 on Google for this search term” award. In the “was that supposed to be an insult?” file, we find “your a weird movie.” As always, the most competitive category is the “why the heck did you click on our link when you’re looking for twisted fetish porn?” department. You’d be amazed at the variety of unprintable sexual practices people spend their free hours scanning the Net for examples of, but the winner this week has a certain twisted poetry to it: “pointy and puffy movies filled with sperm.”
The updated reader-suggested review queue looks like this: Nekromantik (coming this week), Cowards Bend the Knee (substituted for the unavailable Angel’s Egg), Institute Benjamenta, Pan’s Labyrinth, Ex Drummer, Waking Life, Survive Style 5+, The Dark Backward, The Short Films of David Lynch, Santa Sangre, Dead Man, Inland Empire, Monday (assuming I can find an English language version), The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Barton Fink, What? (Diary of Forbidden Dreams), Meatball Machine, and Xtro.
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I entertained the great distinction of having my readership rocket up by a hundred people one week when I reviewed the film Savage Grace. The search engine terms were, of course, for delightful concepts like “mother and son”, “julianne moore incest”, and my personal favorite “sons f***ing moms”. I really wish I were making that up.