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JAMES ASTON

Hi! My name is James Aston and Iím coming to you from England. Iím 22 years old and have recently graduated university where I studied Film and Television for three years. I majored in the works of the late, great Alfred Hitchcock. My film taste is very broad. I am passionate about movies, right the way from those classic Hitchcock thrillers of the 1950ís and 1960ís, through to the post-modern Tarantino flicks of the 1990ís and 2000ís, and everything in between. I know what makes a great movie and what makes a not-so-great movie. Some film students like to make movies, I like to write about movies.

Because I know what makes a great movie, my chosen genre to review is very interesting. The exploitation movies of the late 1960ís and 1970ís are retrospectively seen as badly made, badly scripted pieces of cinema, but in their day they were wildly popular and their audience were more than happy to be exploited by overhyped advertising and the promise of edgy content. Also of interest is the impact that these exploitation movies have had on cinema ever since.

Thanks for reading!

James Aston


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