Psycho Corpsie

Gargantuan gorillas, bee girls, zombies and other monsters trash community. So do giant corporations. This film looks firstly at monsters’ impacts on community, such as destroying buildings, undoing people’s sense of safety, and amplifying conflicts. The middle section focuses on…

Psycho Corpsie

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Gargantuan gorillas, bee girls, zombies and other monsters trash community. So do giant corporations. This film looks firstly at monsters’ impacts on community, such as destroying buildings, undoing people’s sense of safety, and amplifying conflicts.
The middle section focuses on monstrosity gestation. For example, some monsters come from other galaxies or supernatural realms, some were spawned by nuclear radiation, and some have been awakened from deep hibernation. The film explores the comparably troubling genesis of the corporation as well.
The final section looks at how monstrosity is taken down. Creative solutions such distillate of ammonia and altering railroad switches complement standard militaristic responses. Psycho Corpsie finishes by looking at the deep cracks in corporate legitimation, as well as populist social movements devoted to taking down corporate monstrosity.
The film is comprised of Creative Commons and/or Public Domain materials, like excerpts from trailers. All but one of the musical files come from a great site called ccmixter.org, and the other music file is by permission from the artist and self-publisher. Many of the film clips are from The Internet Archive.
Okay for young people? Arguable, but I’d watch if first. Violence? They would not count for much by today’s sensibility, but there are some clips that qualify. The most disconcerting shows victims just after the Bhopal disaster. There are also two scenes in which sex is intimated.

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