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Blu-ray Review - Lust in the Dust


1985's "Lust in the Dust" is a great example of a movie with incredible potential that falls just short of satisfaction. It's an eager endeavor from director Paul Bartel, who's trying to pants spaghetti westerns through the power of camp, offering the sight of Lainie Kazan and Divine as siblings in the old west, with Tab Hunter trying to keep up as a gunslinger. The poster, the premise, and the performances are all there, promising a romp, but Bartel struggles to keep "Lust in the Dust" on its feet. Read the rest at


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