Eclectica 109 - William Friedkin

Apr 12, 2017, 06:29 PM

Moon-Faced Super Mario

We span the wheel of directors and out popped William Friedkin, so this week we take a look at the ever-growing cult of 1977's "Sorcerer" (a.k.a. Wages of Fear).

We also discuss one location movies, Fellini's final hurrah in "The Voice of the Moon", Elio Petri's never-ending quest for the most awkward film titles in the business with "Property is no Longer a Theft" before finishing with the inimitable Takashi Miike and his "Dead or Alive" trilogy. Also, we apologise in advance if you leave this week's show with an image involving Fellini and Tarantino rattling away in your brain. Sorry.

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