Mike and Josh decide that it's time to talk the aesthetic and appeal of camp cinema, but to do so get the help of Velvet Studio co-host Sebastien Plante who answers the question on everyone's mind: Is Machete (2010) a feminist film? Then they go back to the source of our understanding of camp by quoting Susan Sontag and John Waters. Using the rest of the time to explore Female Trouble (1974) and Yeti: A Gay Love Story (2006). There is a little discussion of punk (in Hamilton, Ontario!), wabi-sabi and how you can view camp cinema through those lenses. Check out Sebastien on the Velvet Studio at: http://cod.ckcufm.com/programs/445/info.html Or http://velvetstudio.ca/ And if that isn't enough you can check him out on The Filibuster!
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Keith Emerson - Murderock Soundtrack