One of the most ambiguous, neurotic, and disturbing of all American films receives a revelatory new restoration.
Venom is more notable for its troubled production history and bizarro premise than for being compelling.
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry boasts its fair share of quotable dialogue ranging between wistful philosophizing, off-the-cuff calumny, and cornball caricature.
Depraved animals and diehard fans of British grindhouse films alike will want to add The Pete Walker Collection to theirs.
As Straw Dogs makes clear, the consequences of enduring such a violent rite of passage is ultimately suffering and alienation.