For the first time ever, you can now stream “The Devils,” the 1971 Ken Russell film that critic Judith Crist called a “grand fiesta for sadists and perverts.” When “The Devils” was released in 1971, it faced harsh criticism and censorship due to its Holy Trinity of intense violence, sexuality, and religious themes. Now, cinephiles can stream a re-assembled cut on the horror streaming platform, Shudder. Until recently, film historians thought the original cut was lost forever.Oliver played a video for viewers, also shared by Crowe on Twitter.In the video, Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin talk about the Chlamydia plaguing koalas and give a shout out to Crowe and (indirectly) Oliver for their funds to battle the outbreak.While some feel the recent behavior by "America's mayor" doesn't align with his past, Oliver asserts in the NSFW clip, "He’s always been this way.” He added, "People seem to be as shocked at finding out who Giuliani really is as a child at Disney World who accidentally saw Mickey Mouse pull off his head to reveal that he was actually Tilda Swinton," Oliver said. what he believes, are similarities between Giuliani and the president.“They’re basically two versions of the same person," Oliver said. S., until a heavily edited version was eventually released.
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If ever there were a reason to start a free Shudder trial, “The Devils” would be it.
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