Pushing the Limits in Film

April 1, 2012
(was 03.20.2011)

Cult film director John Waters has been described as the "Pope of filth" and the "King of Trash."  To put it mildly, his films have, well, transgressed the boundaries of good taste.  In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, pushing the limits in film with John Waters.  We'll also talk with the infamous Winnebago Man - the Angriest Man on YouTube. And, the makers of Ed Gein: The Musical.  Yes, a musical about Ed Gein the serial killer.

  1. John Waters on "Role Models"

    Sometimes films just push the limits of good taste.

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  2. Dan Davies on "Ed Gein: The Musical"

    No one expected the latest inspiration: "Ed Gein: The Musical."

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  3. Ben Steinbauer and Jack Rebney on "Winnebago Man"

    "The Angriest Man in the World", also known as "The Winnebago Man".

    Average: 4.7 (3 votes)
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  4. Tasha Robinson on Documentaries That Weren't

    2010 was a great year for documentaries, even if they weren't actually documentaries.

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  5. Anna Elizabeth James and Michael Koerbel on Filming "Goldilocks" with an iPhone

    It's shot entirely on an iPhone 4 and distributed not through theaters, but via an app. It's Goldlocks.



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