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This movie praises those early film makers for what they were able to achieve.
A fantastically entertaining documentary, highly recommended to fans of action, horror, or any kind of exploitation film.
Not Quite Hollywood may offend some people but if you don't like the subject matter you probably won't watch it anyway.
Filmmaker Mark Hartley explores Australia's hidden genre in this documentary that casually casts aside "official" film history to celebrate the demented genius of director... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adam Frazier
I loved this documentary the first time I saw it, and I love it even more now. It gives a wonderful insight into the Australian film industry, and it's just as entertaining as... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Smith
IT'S got yoko and the others in it.
it's called NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD and that's true enough---------
IT'S BETTER THAN THAT DISJOINT
After watching this, you'll most likely want to track down each film reviewed. And it has Quentin Tarantino!Published 9 months ago by Steven
For a brief time in the seventies Australia produced some entertaining films, mostly B grade, notable for gratuitous nudity (but not porn) and frequently lots of fake blood. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Davo
Fantastic! Right up there with "Machete Maidens Unleashed." Cannot wait for Mark Hartley to take on "Cannon Films" from the wacky and wild days of the '80s.Published 15 months ago by Frank Farina
If you like your movies to be intense, vulgar, action packed, obscene, and just plain insane, you'll love deep dive into the explosion of Aussie film in the 1970's.Published 17 months ago by James Hancock
An excuse to waste celluloid, which is what this was. And I wish I had the 20 minutes back before I shut it off.Published 21 months ago by Paul Cooper
Before watching this I had never heard the term Ozploitation. Here's an eye opening look at movies many of us in North America have never seen, but can appreciate. Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by Maineman99