Can a Movie Go Too Far? (February, 1973)











Other Points of Interest:

Full review of Last House on the Left at the Brewery.

Last House on the Left (1972) Lobster Enterprises :: Sean S. Cunningham Films :: The Night Co. :: Hallmark Releasing / P: Sean S. Cunningham / AP: Katherine D’Amato / D: Wes Craven / W: Wes Craven / C: Victor Hurwitz / E: Wes Craven / M: David Hess / S: Sandra Peabody, Lucy Grantham, David Hess, Fred Lincoln, Jeramie Rain, Marc Sheffler, Richard Towers, Cynthia Carr

2 Responses to “Can a Movie Go Too Far? (February, 1973)”

  1. Love the “Joe” angle that was understandably forgotten while “It’s only a movie” was remembered. I just wonder whether they thought Joe would be pals with Mari’s family or Krug.

  2. Hmnnn … excellent observation, there. I’m guessing they’re associating Joe with the Collingwoods as they both destroy the last failed vestiges of the 1960’s counter-culture revolution and salt the resulting ashes with lye.

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