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  1. Italo's Blog Talk Radio says:

    Funny that Rocky Horror Picture Show saved 20th Century Fox after that Cleopatra fiasco… a transvestite from Transylvania saved the day!!! 😂😂😂

  2. throatgorge2 says:

    1:06:44 half an hour after subscribing, this is it. I know why! "Reagan era jerk off fest." And I'll tell you another thing– a white suburban kid described by mojo Nixon as "the Anti-Elvis" whose favorite band is HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS goes back in time and TEACHES CHUCK BERRY how to shred . Yeah fuck BACK TO THE FUTURE too. I grew up in the 80's and it never fails to blow my mind how much of the Reagan era mindset is beloved by my peers.

  3. The Ranting Witch says:

    I didn't know "But I'm a Cheerleader" exists and now I just must watch it, even if just because of the maniac color palette that seems Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover meets a Clockwork Orange. the "kindergarten simplicity" is a whole new level of unsettling.

  4. thejoeface says:

    I swear camp is just in any queer person's DNA. I was drawn to it as a gaybe who hit my teens in late-ninties Missouri (Sailormoon is camp for girls), and I adored most of the movies you featured here. I also heavily leaned into camp in my decade-long career as a stripper in Silicon Valley. It was such a blast.

  5. José Gotés says:

    Just found your channel and I'm in love. Both with you and your content. Thanks so much, you just made my morning hundreds time more interesting and queerer. Hugs from Mexico

  6. Wil Adams says:

    Your suggestion that the homos liked depictions of women using sex as a weapon to get their way fails when exposed to the film from 1981–Body Heat. You don't get a more clear example of all the reason you claim makes a film the homos gravitate toward the point that they make the film a Camp classic. Sorry. But you did nail the difference between actresses and movie stars. Also, I resent your insinuation that Piper Laurie's role in Carrie (1976) was part of the Hagsploition. That Oscar nominated role was written by Stephen King to be an older woman, so when they made the film OBVIOUSLY–or at least I thought it should have been OBVIOUS–they had to hire an older actress. Piper, never that big a star in Hollywood, did not take the role because she was a HAG on the comeback trail. Indeed, she had to be lured back to the screen for that role. Your idea that men 'created' an image of womanhood (being weaker and in need of protection) as a way, of oppressing them is nothing more than Feminist Talking points and makes you sound like a fool. All you have to do to see that this is a lie is look at the Antebellum South and how men treated women then. If read the diaries and journals which were written at the time (and available in large part at the Library of Congress) and thus they do not contain the 'taint' of Feminism and thus are apolitical. What you see is that while the men in the cities of the Eastern States of the US and indeed around the world, men with money and status treated with as being 'special' to the point that they did not want them to be exposed to anything–even housework–that would result in their being 'rough' or God-Forbid, have to do anything that would damage their hands. Men did this because they had grown up as BOYS and roughened their own hands, hardening them, roughening them. This in no way OPPRESSED women, indeed it ELEVATED them to a status ABOVE men. This is why slavery was a thing. Men brought in slaves (and later indentured servants) to lighten the daily load of the women in their lives. They wanted them to be ISOLATED, PROTECTED from the Storms of Real Life. This was not the case in the homes of the poor. Especially the families known as PIONEERS. Out on the Prairie, the homesteaders and settlers did not have the same family structure as that seen in the SAFER East. Out here women were EXPECTED to take up arms and defend the family when the father was out hunting, or on cattle drives. They were also expected to take up any number of jobs outside the home, jobs like planting or/and tending gardens, caring for the families animals. So, as you can see until the advent of FEMINISM women lived various versions of life, and they were happier for it. The women of the cities and especially those in the Antebellum South were flighty and irresponsible, childlike in their innocence. Women in the homesteads were rougher, courser, and thus more likely to have developed personal responsibility, and wider responsibilities, especially when compared to those from Cities.

  7. Renias vA says:

    Coup de gras? A "strike of (being) fat"….? A coup de grâce (grahS = grace) is a "merciful death blow". What was meant here?

  8. Lives 4 Stitching - Jennifer L says:

    Thank you for this video. I’ve been a huge fan of most of these films. Your critique is definitely an interesting POV. You made me see these movies and moviemaking in a new light. Although I may not agree with everything you say I can see your take. Fascinating!

  9. Intervencion Terapeutica says:

    Another female centric Campy show you missed big time is Sailor Moon: With the over the top transformations that become progressively flashier with every power up, the toy looking girly accessories, the long presentations of every Sailor with dramatic poses, corny deliveries and all while the villains just waith for them to finish. The fact that is a drawn media makes the campiness more palatable as an artistic choice and allows for dramatic episodes being more believable. But the Live Action is campier than Power Rangers and somehow still works, probably because is modeled not only after Tokusatsu series, which are child oriented camp, but also Soap Operas which are also very campy in their own way.

  10. Cecilia Thompson says:

    But I'm a Cheerleader is a fun movie, but I'm glad that you mentioned that it is a literal horror movie if you know anything about real conversion therapy. When I watched it for the first time, I had to stop halfway through and cry because it was too much. It's horrifying to think that if my family were a bit more religious, a bit more conservative that I could have found myself stuck in conversion therapy. And that thought is fucking horrifying. The movie is hilarious and is so beautiful. It's definitely one of my favorites but… yeah. Horror movie.

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