WR640 – Katharine Coldiron – ‘Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter’


We are joined by writer Katharine Coldiron to discuss her new book ‘Junk Film: Why Bad Movies Matter’ (coming May 2nd). This collection of essays explores a variety of cult classics including Jack Hill’s legendary ‘Switchblade Sisters’ (1975) which we discuss in detail.

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