Tag Archives: Richard Lynch

God Told Me To (Larry Cohen, 1976)

“None of Cohen’s other films can touch God Told Me To for sheer audacity, combining the handheld verisimilitude of gritty police procedurals like The French Connection with a loopy premise straight out of Erich Von Däniken’s Chariots of the Gods? … Continue reading

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Scarecrow (Jerry Schatzberg, 1973)

“Scarecrow embraces sprawl of both the narrative and geographical variety with freewheeling abandon.” Read my entire review of this lesser known New Hollywood masterwork, playing for one week starting tomorrow at the Film Forum in NYC, at Slant Magazine.

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