What if Nietzsche Sucked Blood?— Morality in Abel Ferrara’s THE ADDICTION

Abel Ferrara’s THE ADDICTION is a philosophical vampire film about choosing good over evil— and vice versa.

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Taking Back the Night with MS. 45: Gendered Fear in City Spaces

Abel Ferrara’s MS. 45 is a brutal exploitation flick about a mute woman who decides to make the city night safe for women again on her own.

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BAD LIEUTENANT: Ferrara’s Hard Look at the Intersection Between Crime and Faith

An unhinged look at corruption, sin, and the potential for redemption in the darkest of places.

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Frank White, Republican Nightmare: Abel Ferrara’s King of New York

King of New York. 1990. Directed by Abel Ferrara. Screenplay by Nicholas St. John. Starring Christopher Walken, Larry Fishburne, David Caruso, Victor Argo, Wesley Snipes, Janet Julian, Joey Chin, Giancarlo Esposito, & Paul Calderon. Seven Arts/Lions Gate Home Entertainment. Rated R. 106 minutes. Drama/Crime ★★★★★  Abel Ferrara is an all-around exciting, unique filmmaker. He usuallyContinue reading “Frank White, Republican Nightmare: Abel Ferrara’s King of New York”

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