Crossing the Line

This is the index page for our regular movie feature, Crossing the Line.

What exactly is Crossing the Line? As Psycholarry explains it:

This project began as I became known for collecting obscure and strange films that most people weren’t even aware of, and through my affiliation with film students morphed into watching movies that have made people physically ill.This isn’t your standard theatre movie violence; this is rape, racism, murder and insanity depicted in startlingly real ways on the screen.“Decent into Hell” might be a phrase that shows up often in this column.Put another way, if it’s a film you should never go on a date to, we are probably watching it.Part of the experience is to see just how much we can handle; part of it is to determine whether anything of value can be found in these works that have been deemed obscene.If I want to talk down from an Ivory Tower here, I could say that we are addressing the very nature of visual censorship in our time, and working to tear down society’s prudish ways.Or maybe we just get off on watching stuff that makes our friends queasy.

Said more simply; Psycholarry and his friends watch some fucked up shit and blog about it.

Current Entries:

  1. Introduction/Statement of Intent
  2. Salo or 120 Days of Sodom
  3. Audition
  4. Cannibal Holocaust
  5. Un Chien Andelou
  6. Freaks
  7. Straw Dogs
  8. Naked Lunch
  9. Irreversible
  10. In the Realm of the Senses
  11. The Last Temptation of Jesus Christ
  12. Teeth
  13. Soul Man
  14. Song of the South
  15. Men Behind The Sun
  16. Deep Throat
  17. Showgirls
  18. Caligula
  19. Pink Flamingos
  20. Cruising


  1. Coal Black and the Sebben Dwarfs

This page will be updated as new entries are posted.

SEE ALSO: All posts in the Crossing the Line catagory

SEE ALSO: Crossing the Line on Facebook


3 Comments on “Crossing the Line”

  1. […] Site by Smith Michaels on May 7th, 2008 Just be helpful and one-up Psycholarry I’ve created a permanent page on the sidebar where you can navigate the various entries in his (hopefully) long running Crossing […]

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