Re: WWW JBC/Sumo references
Date: Sat 25 Jan 1997 - 02:31:27 PST
> what the hell? they claim that the film "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me"
> contains in its soundtrack some Jazz Butcher.
> anyone know more about this?
No. Although years ago when I almost first joined this mailing list, someone posted a comment to the effect that the next amaldovar film had 'she's on drugs' in the soundtrack. which of course it didn't. but this film is from the same era and makes me wonder if this is the film that was actually referred to.
It doesn't sound very good:
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me’ (R)
By Rita Kempley Washington Post Staff Writer September 17, 1993
"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me" is a crude and unimaginative parody of
drive-in movie fare from Joel Hershman, an arrogant and annoying recent
film school grad who tells us, "I thought I could make a movie just as
tasteless, vulgar and tacky as Hollywood but for a lot less money."
Fine, Joel, just don't ask the rest of the world to fork over six bucks
for your statement.
</snip> Received on Sat Jan 25 02:31:27 1997