Return of the Son of Trevor Lynch’s CENSORED Guide to the Movies 
Edited by Greg Johnson
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2019
Hardcover: $35 
Paperback: $20 
Since 2001, Trevor Lynch’s essays and reviews have developed a wide following. He offers penetrating and often hilarious dissections of racial, sexual, political, and philosophical themes in a wide variety of films and television shows. Return of the Son of Trevor Lynch’s CENSORED Guide to the Movies is his third anthology, covering 39 feature films, 2 documentaries, and 3 television series.
Lynch devotes extensive essays to David Lynch’s Eraserhead, Dune, and Wild at Heart; Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon; and Zack Snyder’s Watchmen. Other outstanding essays interpret the Coen brothers’ Barton Fink and Miller’s Crossing, M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable, David Cronenberg’s Crash, Tony Richardson’s The Loved One, William Friedkin’s To Live and Die in L.A., and Ridley Scott’s The Martian and Alien: Covenant. Finally, Lynch hilariously pans Black Panther, Hidden Figures, Justice League, Zootopia, most of Disney’s cursed Star Wars franchise, and other worthy targets.
Return of the Son of Trevor Lynch’s CENSORED Guide to the Movies further cements its author’s status as a leading cultural critic of the North American New Right.
Praise for Trevor Lynch
“The Hollywood movie may be the greatest vehicle of deception ever invented, and the passive white viewer is its primary target. Yet White Nationalist philosopher and film critic Trevor Lynch demonstrates that truth is to be found even in this unlikeliest of places. If American audiences could learn the kind of critical appreciation Mr. Lynch demonstrates for them, their seductive enemies in Tinseltown wouldn’t stand a chance.”
– F. Roger Devlin, author of Sexual Utopia in Power
“Trevor Lynch reviews today’s films from an artistically sensitive, culturally informed, but most of all unfailingly pro-white perspective. He doesn’t just warn you away from the obviously bad, but explains how the poison works and where it comes from, and even finds racially uplifting stuff where you’d least expect it. Read it, and you’ll never feel the need to pay good money to be seen weeping at another Holocaust movie again.”
– James J. O’Meara, author of Magick for Housewives
About the Author
Trevor Lynch is a pen name of Greg Johnson, Editor-in-Chief of Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd. He is the author of Trevor Lynch’s White Nationalist Guide to the Movies (Counter-Currents, 2012) and Son of Trevor Lynch’s White Nationalist Guide to the Movies (Counter-Currents, 2015). He writes regular film reviews for The Unz Review, www.unz.com.