Steven Bodzin Writes About the Repeal of the Public Utility Holding Companies Act

Le Grand Zombi

Unfortunately, we have missed this--until DVD at least. The closest it is playing anymore is Los Angeles:

Marginal Revolution: Land of the Dead: Land of the Dead is an excellent movie if you would enjoy a synthesis of cinematic Marxism, Mexican "Day of the Dead" folk religion, unmitigated cannibalistic gore, a critique of U.S. immigration policies, allusions to necrophilia (with the corpse as rapist), and a complete unwillingness to invert the usual racial and ethnic cliches. In other words, thumbs up. This movie creates its own world with panache, which is more than you can say for the mainstream Hollywood releases this year.