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by Brian Albright

eBook WILD BEYOND BELIEF!: Interviews With Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s epub
  • ISBN: 0786436891
  • Author: Brian Albright
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McFarland (April 9, 2008)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1769 kb
  • FB2 size 1696 kb
  • Formats lrf docx doc lit


Brian Albright lives in Columbus, Ohio. Of course, I have been a geeky fan of bad movies since I was a kid in the late 1970s.

Brian Albright lives in Columbus, Ohio. His work has been published in Fangoria, FilmFax, Alternative Cinema, VideoScope and Shock Cinema. I have watched spectacularly bad VHS copies of movies where biker gangs mix with werewolves and thought, "what the hell was that director thinking?" I think that after reading this book I can answer that question. Also, if this were just a book of interviews, it wouldn't be that special. But, the writer really has a flair.

Exploitation filmmakers played a significant role in revolutionizing American cinema during the 1960s and early 1970s, churning out a. .

Exploitation filmmakers played a significant role in revolutionizing American cinema during the 1960s and early 1970s, churning out a string of independent Westerns, biker films, nudie-cuties and horror flicks in record times and often on shoestring budgets. The interviews give insights into exploitation filmmaking from the perspectives of pioneering directors Al Adamson and Jack Hill, actors Jenifer Bishop and Robert Dix, and stuntmen Gary Kent and Gary Littlejohn, and others. The work includes more than 50 photographs, including many rare behind-the-scenes images of the filmmakers on set.

Exploitation filmmakers played a significant role in revolutionizing American cinema during the 1960s and early 1970s, churning out a string of.Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s And 1970s.

Exploitation filmmakers played a significant role in revolutionizing American cinema during the 1960s and early 1970s, churning out a string of independent.

Joyce King (full name Kathryn Joyce King) worked as script supervisor, but also occasionally as stunt double and small part actress, on small and large Hollywood productions from 1957 to the late 1990s. Her first job was as script supervisor for Burt Topper on his debut low-budget film "Hell Squad", which was released in 1958, and her last was as script supervisor for a 1997 episode of the TV series "JAG". There's a long interview with her in Brian Albright's 2008 book "Wild Beyond Belief!: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s".

The 1960s and 1970s mark the golden age of the independent B movie, made outside of Hollywood's major film studios. As censorship pressures lifted in the early 1960s, the low-budget end of the American motion picture industry increasingly incorporated the sort of sexual and violent elements long associated with so-called exploitation films.

Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s (McFarland, 2008). A State-by-State Guide with Interviews. And a big thank you to Joel Sanderson at The Basement Sublet of Horror in Kansas for giving me the opportunity to see one of the rarest films in this book, The Beast from the Beginning of Time (1965), and to Johanna Perrino at WCTV in Wadsworth, Ohio, who sent me a copy of the re The Wednesday Children.

Wild Beyond Belief!: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s By Brian Albright Page 29 - Blood Monstor Babe Jennifer Bishop. Imdb Jennifer Bishop, Filmography. Jennifer Bishop on IMDb.

Interviewed in "Wild Beyond Belief: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s" by Brian Albright (McFarland . Is the subject of the documentary film Love and Other Stunts.

Interviewed in "Wild Beyond Belief: Interviews with Exploitation Filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s" by Brian Albright (McFarland & C. Interviewed in the book "Nightmare USA" by Stephen Thrower (FAB Press, 2007). Interviewed twice by James M. Tate and Laura Wagner on the Cult Film Freak podcast. Once along with fellow actor Robert Dix and Scott Brady's son, Tim Tierney; another time by himself.

Exploitation filmmakers helped revolutionize American cinema during the 1960s-1970s, churning out a string of independent Westerns, biker films, nudie-cuties and horror flicks in record times and on shoestring budgets. This work tells the story through interviews with 16 directors, performers, screenwriters, and stuntmen who helped bring these zero-budget films to the screen against incredible odds"-Provided by publisher.

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Exploitation filmmakers played a significant role in revolutionizing American cinema during the 1960s and early 1970s, churning out a string of independent Westerns, biker films, nudie-cuties and horror flicks in record times and often on shoestring budgets. With titles like Horror of the Blood Monsters, Cycle Savages and The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant, these films pushed the boundaries of acceptable on-screen violence and nudity and kept the American theater industry afloat as several major studios teetered on the brink of financial collapse. This work tells the story of that "other" Hollywood through interviews with 16 directors, performers, screenwriters, and stuntmen who helped bring these zero-budget films to the screen against incredible odds. The interviews give insights into exploitation filmmaking from the perspectives of pioneering directors Al Adamson and Jack Hill, actors Jenifer Bishop and Robert Dix, and stuntmen Gary Kent and Gary Littlejohn, and others. The work includes more than 50 photographs, including many rare behind-the-scenes images of the filmmakers on set.
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