Sydney. Age: 24.
When it comes to how a news story breaks, it's safe to say that no two are exactly the same. In our new series, "How the Story Broke," we will be analyzing major stories to determine why they evolved the way that they did. Whether a story is a Flash in the Pan, a Slow Burn, or an Inferno that spreads like wildfire, we have the insight into how it happened, along with ideas for where it's going next.
Jazlyn. Age: 32.
‘Green Inferno’ is unbelievably sick and depraved
Cannibal Holocaust is a Italian cannibal horror film directed by Ruggero Deodato and written by Gianfranco Clerici. It stars Robert Kerman as Harold Monroe, an anthropologist from New York University who leads a rescue team into the Amazon rainforest to locate a crew of filmmakers. Played by Carl Gabriel YorkeFrancesca CiardiPerry Pirkanenand Luca Barbareschithe crew had gone missing while filming a documentary on local cannibal tribes. When the rescue team is only able to recover the crew's lost cans of film, an American television station wishes to broadcast the footage as a sensationalized television special.
Erin. Age: 28.
In this climate, it interests me that Italian director Dario Argento retains a large American cult audience. Her argument is a convincing one, although disappointingly, her book never discusses sexual politics. However, Hitchcock created a world that, on the surface, resembles the real one. Argento does owe a debt to Mario Bava, who created the giallo genre in which he spent much of his career working, in terms of both subject matter and style.
House Judiciary Committee hears evidence on Trump impeachment charges. By Kyle Smith. Running time: minutes.