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Mitchell Corner

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"The images of these men roaming around the country, toting rifles and burning bodies, is itself a poignant and still chilling image." Released 50 years ago, the late horror maestro’s lo-fi debut is filled with potent imagery and political resonance. 
"Ichikawa’s bold experimentation is the fact that the onetime animator “approached cinema as if it were a graphic art rather than a dramatic art,” according to Rayns." Watch “Tony Rayns on Kon Ichikawa’s Widescreen Depiction of Kabuki” on #Vimeo 
Thanks to Arrow Video Grissmer's SCALPEL, a twisted southern gothic horror film, amplified by Ed Lachman's sickly yellow cinematography, can get a little more respect. 
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