Dismorphophobia

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From 1980's "Flush The Fashion"

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The Blue Eyed Bandit, AKA Il bandito dagli occhi azzurri, an Italian crime film from 1980. Franco Nero stars as a banker/accountant at a large bank firm who disguises himself as an old man in order to pull off a heist, but not everything goes as planned. This movie has everything a euro-crime movie should & even has an Ennio Morricone score to boot! Enjoy this rare piece of euro-cinema!

A small-time homicidal maniac kidnaps the daughter of a rich man, prompting a hardened detective to work outside the law to pursue him.

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And they abandoned the Working Classes for Identity Politics, Tories not far off the Cultural Marxist rhetoric either.

When figure skater Samantha Gray (Lynne Frederick) gets married to businessman Alan Falconer (John Leyton), a sinister man from her past, William Haskin (Jack Watson) starts stalking her, making her depressed. Then the grisly murders start.

Translated from the Hebrew.

Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter
Horror · 1974
When several young girls are found dead, left hideously aged and void of blood, Dr Marcus suspects vampirism. He enlists the help of the Vampire Hunter. Mysterious and powerful, Kronos has dedicated his life to destroying the evil pestilence. Once a victim of its diabolical depravity he knows the vampire's strengths and weaknesses as well as the extreme dangers attached to confronting the potent forces of darkness.
Actors:
Horst Janson, John Carson, Shane Briant, Caroline Munro
Director:
Brian Clemens

"The sacrificial crisis must be defined as a crisis of difference; that is to say of the cultural order in its entirety." - René Girard (1923-2015)

The dissolution of all imaginable differences – between pure and impure violence, normal and abnormal, man and woman, and indeed, God and Man – can be viewed as a sort of plague that can only exist in the spiritual vacuum created by the death, or obsolescence of the old institutions.

Edited, written, and narrated by Disgruntled Leaf.
Background music: "Drone Rider" by Parvus Decree http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Par...

Sources:

Girard, René. « La Violence et le Sacré », Éditions Bernard Grasset, 1972
Östman, Lars. « The Sacrificial Crises : Law and Violence », in Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and
Culture, Issue 14, 2007, pp. 97-119, Michigan University State Press, https://muse.jhu.edu/article/235226/pdf

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A mutant sheep is on the move near a ranch in the American West.

This is from a Christian Identity perspective.

This concludes Comparet's revelation series.

Credit goes to David James for Remastering the tapes.

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