FRESH – Review by Susan Granger

Do you like psycho-thrillers? What about horror comedies? If so, dark, devious Fresh might whet your appetite. The titles and cast credits don’t appear until 33 minutes into the story, just before the leading lady, awakening, from a drug-induced slumber, finds herself chained to a bed and is calmly told by her sociopathic captor, “I’m going to sell your meat.”

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PAM AND TOMMY – Review by Martha K Baker

You just know that, when the voice of a protagonist’s male member gets a credit in the cast list, the motion picture has the tell-tale tongue in the cheek. In eight episodes. Pam and Tommy flashes back and shreds threads of history through the Eighties and Nineties. shedding light on sleazy producers and paparazzi, celebrities, and craven criminals. The result is bright, loud, sad, vicious, painful and stupefying and worth considering as a slice of recent history and a slab of eternal misogyny.

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PAM & TOMMY – Review by Pam Grady

Pam & Tommy is tabloid television given an elegant veneer by its A-list cast and the fig leaf of feminism offered by the women on the production team and women like Lake Bell who direct some of the episodes. But nearly 30 years after all of this first started, this show is really just the latest chapter in the ongoing exploitation of Pamela Anderson, a woman who does not deserve it.

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