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• Posted by Christian Clemmensen
• Date: Sunday, July 2, 2006, at 7:11 p.m.
• IP Address: bushisacriminal.filmtracks.com
• In Response to: Re: Clem, how about an updated review of CutThroat Island... (C. Hook)


> I don't want to seem rude, but that seems very childish.

I have no interest in starting another Anti-Thaxton bashfest, but let me make it clear that I have no interest in going out of my way to support Thaxton's endeavors. He has attempted to degrade this site in such a fashion that would harm its position in the industry, and that is unacceptable behavior. In so doing, he harms my ability to use this site to support my family. Obviously, if he had produced an album for a front-line film, I would review it. In fact, I don't have a policy against reviewing his products... just buying them for review. I consider that extremely fair, given that others simply refuse to acknowledge his products' existence.

> I could see that kind of attitude towards scores like Frankentart (or whatever it's called)

Frankenhooker II: Revenge of the Wench.

How could you forget such a thing!? That's like Sex Trek II: The Wrath of Cock. Unforgettable.

> but not such a high-profile product.

You need to be realistic about the place of Cutthroat Island in the mainstream... I love it just as much as anybody here, but few people outside of us regulars will care about the revision of its review. Still, it needs to be done, and it'll happen along with all the other revisions.

Christian




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