Larry Cohen’s filmography is an excellent example how of a low-budget auteur could work within any genre successfully when given
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Get ready for a whole new disgusting chapter.
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Anxiety is a monster. No, like literally, at least in the world of director Anna Zlokovic‘s feature film debut Appendange,
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