filth


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  • noun

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foul or dirty matter

something that is offensive to accepted standards of decency

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Filth mixes a heady cocktail of sex, drugs and wanton violence then spikes the noxious brew with a generous dash of racism and homophobia He drops his kecks for almost every female co-star then suffers nightmarish visions involving a psychiatrist Dr Rossi (Jim Broadbent) with a freakishly large forehead.
Of course people can turn their televisions off or walk out of a theatre if they find it distasteful, but we should be concerned about those people who enjoy the filth so won't switch off because they misguidedly feel watching someone becoming rich and famous out of their material justifies their own moral laxity.
If a participant uses filth in this way, audiences automatically think it's all right to do it in every day conversation.
Screen International's Jonathan Romney argued Filth & Wisdom was not as bad as some of Madonna's appearances in front of the camera, such as Shanghai Surprise and Swept Away, but it was "likely to be forgotten as quickly as most of them".
Two recent studies of the black arts, Henry Ansgar Kelly's Satan: A Biography (Cambridge UP, 2006) and Murat Aydemir's Images of Bliss: Ejaculation, Masculinity, Meaning (Minnesota UP, 2007), serendipitously serve as cosmogonic clues to the unwholesome characters and subplots that populate Grant Morrison's 13-issue comic book series The Filth (co-created with artist Chris Weston and inker Gary Erskine).
The world made sense when Cradle of Filth held the attention of a devoted mob of goth-looking, evil-mongering, foul-minded underground rock fans.
Robert Parker Young, 52, was taking care of his mother, Jane Edwards, whose body was found covered in filth two days after she died in her mobile home in February 2005.
The Great Stink of Paris and The 19th Century Struggle Against Filth and Germs
The Great Rock and Roll Swindle (1980) and The Filth and the Fury (2000) are both about the Sex Pistols.
Old Filth Jane Gordam Europa Editions 116 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003 1933372133 $14.
There they can happily and untraceably file the filth on the great and good straight to The Gutter.
You never roll in filth, you don't consort With wild dogs who go howling in the night.
More than mere war stories, however, these anecdotal memoirs strip all of the supposed glory from close-in ground combat and show it in all of its filth, grief, and abject terror.
Pacepa wrote that one of his agents, Constantin Munteanu, once reported to him after monitoring a session with Ararat and his homosexual bodyguard: "I've never before seen so much cleverness, blood, and filth altogether in one man.