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Saturday Matinee: The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai

No Matter Where You Go, Here It Is By Peter Sobczynski Source: RogerEbert.com Practically from the moment that I first saw it at the age of 13 during its very brief run at the long-defunct Golf Mill Theaters (thanks for … Continue reading

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The Hidden Utopia: Hobo Graffiti and Sixties Paranoia in ‘The Crying of Lot 49’

By Pepe Tesoro Source: We Are the Mutants Thomas Pynchon’s 1966 novel The Crying of Lot 49 is usually regarded as one of the best testimonies of Cold War paranoia and early psychedelic ’60s culture. Even though it is a keen and … Continue reading

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