There's no such thing as exploitation films anymore. When Herschell Gordon Lewis made "Blood Feast," the ultra-gory horror film, in 1963, he did it because in that moment no studio would ever make something so explicit. The underground exists, but it's on the Internet and nobody can figure out a way to make money from it. I'm on the Internet, but it did ruin every business I'm in. But there are still filmmakers like Gaspar Noé, Lars von Trier and Todd Solondz, who are really good and transgressive and who continue to surprise me.