The Letterbox

September 2011
Video Watchdog;Sep/Oct2011, Issue 164, p78
Several letters to the editor and responses are presented in response to articles in previous issues including the disqualification of the film "Black Swan" from the Oscar Best Original Score category, the DVD releases of several films from the Roger Corman collection including "Velvet Vampire," "Grotesque," and "Time Walker," and on Steve Bissette's article on the film "The Frozen Dead."


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