This novel, however, includes only a few examples of such famous Faulknerian stylistic devices as elongated, periodic sentences, disconnected narratives, multiple narrative perspectives, psychological time, and stream of consciousness. Faulkner novels typically use parable and folklore as a basis for forming a vision of life as a neurotic and involved psychological process.
An encyclopedia Intruder in the dust essay film-diary of extreme, surreal and bizarre movies Contact: Rather than succumb to a vague, subjective and meaningless classification, this site makes use of the following dictionary definitions: It focuses on movies with extraordinary content that is not dominated by the left-brain, accepted morals, balanced moderation, and sanity.
Therefore, as opposed to a populist viewpoint that assumes extreme cinema means only shock, gore and filth, this site covers also bizarre, freaky and surreal cinema. For a personal manifesto on extreme movies and why I watch them, try this essay. The movies should make one feel unusually disturbed, right-brain challenged, or confused.
Many movies nowadays have disturbing, bleak, perverse or violent content, but this site is only concerned with the ones that take it to an extreme and use such content in gratuitous, warped, bizarre, or over-the-top ways. Correspondingly, although many horror movies have gore, what counts as far as this site is concerned is that the movie revels in it and gives it top billing.
Movies that were extreme for their time, or milestones in extreme cinema may be included as well. They are not recommended to the faint of heart, the prude, the morally righteous or the Hollywood aficionado.
Taking the above into account, pages on film-makers provide only a description of the types of films they make, their general approaches and trademarks, and reviews for all of their more extreme creations, rather than presenting full biographies and complete filmographies. Extreme short movies and short-film-makers are usually not listed unless they are especially notable or classic.
I simply classify a movie as either recommended, of some interest worth seeing at least once despite its flawsor worthless. All reviews and criticisms are subjective and personal.
If you want to know how big a grain of salt to take my reviews with, this is my taste in general: Classics receive the same level of criticism and are not given special treatment just because they are revered by film schools or by hordes of cult film fans.
Do not expect my opinions to coincide with underground movie trends just because I watch underground movies. Low budgets are fine but not if the writing and acting are lacking. My likes and criticisms are pretty consistent and therefore could be used as either a reverse or positive compass, as you wish.
Also see the Honorable Mention section for names just beyond the scope of this site. Feel free to e-mail me with feedback. This site was the first of its kind created inand it is a personal hobby that just happens to be shared with the public.Gerry, Thanks much for the great resource!
On that topic, Bo Jinn comments in Illogical Atheism.
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These pages contain a collection of concise reviews for movies and film-makers that are extreme in various ways. This is an encyclopedia (up to ) of fringe, surreal, bizarre, extreme, twisted, offbeat, splatter and shock cinema, including freaky art-house, intense cult/midnight movies, and works by Dadaists and arteensevilla.com and onward, .
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Margaret Storm Jameson (8 January – 30 September ) was an English journalist and author, known for her novels and reviews.