By Bill Gibron
It arrived during the final phases of classic ‘70s horror, an era that had seen The Exorcist, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and Halloween reestablish
Jamie xx: In Colour
Tori Amos: Little Earthquakes / Under the Pink (reissues)
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"This bewildering, reckless, and captivating Japanese monstrosity is a colorful, widescreen explosion of cross-genre craziness.