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With 78 shots and 52 cuts over the course of 3 minutes, Psycho redefined screen violence, set the stage for decades of slasher films to come, and introduced a new element of danger to the moviegoing experience. The screeching strings, the plunging knife, the slow zoom out from a lifeless eyeball: in 1960, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho changed film history forever with its taboo-shattering shower scene.

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2003 Album “Coverage”, buildable album and a new contract
In October 2003, Mandy Moore released her fourth album Coverage, which All Music Guide called “a leap in musical maturity” while Entertainment Weekly — “attempt to reset the image of the blonde with the gum.” The album featured cover versions of songs of the 1970-ies and 1980-ies that influenced the singer’s childhood. Moore noted that she didn’t want to exceed original performers, but only offered their own interpretation of their music.

In the autumn of 1970, she moved from Great Britain to Stony Brook. She picked her elderly grandparents' brains for scraps of musical memory. She studied composition with David Lewin at Stony Brook University , living nearby with her husband Joseph, with whom she had a daughter, Talitha. [9] She was an adjunct Professor and taught two courses in Folk Music. One of her students, singer-songwriter Robin Greenstein, worked with her cataloging her record and tape collection. On return trips to Europe she made two further recordings. The first, Getting Folk Out of the Country (1974), was recorded in London with fellow American Bill Clifton and released by FV Schallplatten. [10] The second, Love, Hell and Biscuits (1980), was released by Bear Family Records in 1976. She lived with her husband and daughter during the decade of the '80s in Princeton, NJ . Then in the early '90s, following the death of her husband, she moved to Lower Merion Township in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , suburbs, where she spent most of her final years. One of her last performances was at the Eisteddfod Festival, sponsored by the Folk Music Society of New York at Polytechnic University , Brooklyn, NY, in 2004. [11]

“ Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! ” (1965)
“I haven’t seen four women like this together outside of a Russ Meyer film,” Jerry opined in the episode of “ Seinfeld” where Elaine tries to rat out the owner of their favorite coffee shop for only hiring big-breasted women. Anyone who’s seen this most famous of Meyer’s campy sexploitation romps, in which three women shaped like real-life versions of Jessica Rabbit go on a kill crazy rampage of sorts, knows that reference is not an exaggeration. They’re strippers by day, earning cash from a bunch of ogling buffoons and then take off on a desert road trip, each in their own badass muscle car, taking another scantily clad young woman hostage after inexplicably killing her boyfriend. It’s all very silly, but ultimately fun in a goofy, naive sorta way, never even coming close to feeling as awful as it should, given the movie’s content. So yeah, Meyer, a former Playboy centerfold photographer, was just a tad pervy, clearly obsessed with breasts, but ‘Faster Pussycat’ mostly works because the women, while objectified and framed in a comical, comic book style, are always in charge, able to kick ass and defend themselves while plotting a way to rob an old sexist pig in a wheelchair. Ladies and gentleman, welcome to violence! [B]

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