This Friday, The Stone, the “ozploitation” classic that Quentin Tarantino reportedly keeps in his personal film vault, will screen at The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater, in New York City. The event will feature a pre-show onstage turntable warmup by Andy Votel, and is co-presented by B-music/Finders Keepers, Other Music and WFMU.
The soundtrack, recently made available by Finders Keepers, was attached to the Second Greatest “ozploitation” Australian Biker Flick of All Time. Satan-worshipping, leather-clad, Oz-bred road hogs consume mass quantities and cause much commotion for—what better reason—the thrill of it all. The story, triggered by some sort of political assassination, is skeletal, but who needs plot when you’ve got pure motorcycle speed, bad psychoactive chemicals, and pounding electric guitars? After the smoke clears, Finders Keepers and WFMU’s Brian Turner will spin discs and pump beverages in the gallery.
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