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    Bruce Holecheck just posted that this one will be coming soon...

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    Lisa Petrucci confirmed, in the SWV Facebook group, that GIRL GANG and PIN-DOWN GIRL are also coming.

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    The Bret Wood commentary on Ingagi is one giant apology for them having released it, even with a couple of very theatrical (and unconvincing) sighs when the film is at its most racist. Seriously, if you find the material this troubling, don't curate a series of exploitation films, stick to something safer. It's unfortunate because there's some very interesting information in the track buried amongst the constant implication that you're a cunt for watching it in this day and age.
    I'm bitter, I'm twisted, James Joyce is fucking my sister.

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    Extras for Lash confirmed:

    -The Penitente Murder Case (the complete, uncensored, 48-minute cut)
    -The Lash of the Penitentes (the censored and condensed 35-minute version)
    -Audio commentary by series curator Bret Wood
    -Optional English SDH subtitles
    -Trailer gallery
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    Are ALL these releases region Free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent999 View Post
    The Bret Wood commentary on Ingagi is one giant apology for them having released it, even with a couple of very theatrical (and unconvincing) sighs when the film is at its most racist. Seriously, if you find the material this troubling, don't curate a series of exploitation films, stick to something safer. It's unfortunate because there's some very interesting information in the track buried amongst the constant implication that you're a cunt for watching it in this day and age.
    Performative political correctness is societal cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent999 View Post
    The Bret Wood commentary on Ingagi is one giant apology for them having released it, even with a couple of very theatrical (and unconvincing) sighs when the film is at its most racist. Seriously, if you find the material this troubling, don't curate a series of exploitation films, stick to something safer. It's unfortunate because there's some very interesting information in the track buried amongst the constant implication that you're a cunt for watching it in this day and age.
    For as appalled as he was, I bet he still cashed his check.

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