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Highly recommended if you have even a passing interest in horror movies.
Ganja and Hess has its profound moments; it has incredibly intense and sensual imagery as well as a beautiful soundtrack but the plot is very unclear.
Yet this version of the film is hard to follow unless you have some backstory.
I'm told this is a classic, and I sort of believe it, but I sort of have to take it on faith. Ganja, if I got this right, is a doctor of anthropology or some other sort of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
This is one of the rare movies that slips through the cracks of contemporary accolades. Starring Duane Jones and Marlene Clarke, this film is a complicated creeper. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ras Benzo
‘To Be a Black Artist’ -- By Bill Gunn, 1973
To the Editor: (NY Times)
There are times when the white critic must sit down and listen. Read more
i hadn't watched this film in ages and felt like checking it out again. its a film with alot going on and yet you never know where is quite going and yet it's a... Read morePublished 11 months ago by MAXIMILLIAN MUHAMMAD
When watching he movie I have too apply my 1970s' mindset to fairly review it. This film should be remade and updated because there is a great narrative and plot line.Published 23 months ago by Jeffery Smith
This is one of those types of films that will always be an acquired taste, so I never expect many people I recommend it for to either understand it or even enjoy it. Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by Neziah Green
Its an interesting time-capsule from the 1970's. The actors don't have grills or tatoos. But it is hard to make sense of what is going on, so stay away from this turkey.Published on December 15, 2011 by larryfine
and finally just saw it in TCM. It made me really glad I never bought it. While the film does have some interesting experimental scenes and an interesting plot, it ultimately ends... Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by nom-de-nick