This week’s episode of Loose Cannons is special for three reasons: 1) It was recorded live at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas; 2) It features special guest Peter Kuplowsky, Director of Shorts Programming at Fantastic Fest; and 3) It’s not about a Cannon film!
That’s right. Mathew was down in Austin for Fantastic Fest a few weeks back and just had to check out director and Loose Cannons “fave” Joseph W. Sarno’s 1967 sexploitation movie My Body Hungers, which screened as part of a series of exploitation films selected by filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn (Pusher, Drive).
My Body Hungers follows a Marcia (Gretchen Rudolph), a roadhouse hostess who goes undercover to investigate the murder of her sister.
So, is Joe Sarno’s non-Cannon work just as compelling as the Cannon classic Inga? Listen to find out:
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