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1985 – Violent Screen

1995 Violent Screen (Bantam Doubleday Dell)Baltimore Sun film critic Stephen Hunter is an unrivaled master of the craft. This extraordinary collection includes the best of Hunter’s movie reviews, taking aim at the 100 most important (or notorious) violent films released since 1982. With an incisive, machine-gun style of writing, Hunter pulls no punches when he bashes Blue Velvet, Tombstone, and Legends of the Fall. And he doesn’t hold back in his praise of The Wild Bunch, GoodFellas, and Reservoir Dogs. Commenting on movies and society, Tarantino, Stone, and Peckinpah, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sly Stallone, and Glenn Close, Hunter cuts right to the bone in exposing our flaws, fantasies, and flat-out love affair with blood and gore. His reviews are classics, and this collection is a straight shot of pure adrenaline – an electrifying jolt of truth and insight no moviegoer can ignore.


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