Sometimes people think the filmocanonography of George Romero stretches no further than his Dead cycle. Well, my friends, those people have not seen Knightriders, Martin, or The Crazies. They also haven't seen Romero's early '70s exploitation of modern witchcraft to explore the feminist awakening.
Sometimes people think the Donovan songbook stretches no further than "Mellow Yellow". Well, my friends, those people never checked out his theme song (first released in 1966) for George Romero's early '70s exploitation of modern witchcraft to explore the feminist awakening, Season of the Witch. Madman Mike picked up on the song independently, I think he might like the movie.
Feature: Quick Takes (March 2017)
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