The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood Jr. (1996)
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Just an absolutely terrific documentary about "the worst director of all time." Getting to see the original cast speak about Ed is really quite amazing. And although this movie is entertaining and informative, it is also quite sad. Still, fans of Mr. Wood, and maybe even people who aren't will find this movie as amazing as I did.
[center][img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/movie/coverv/26/192826.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.ebgames.com/ebx_assets/product_images/235179.jpg[/img][/center] [left]The movie of the day today is [b]The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood, Jr.[/b], a documentary on the life and times of "the worst director of all time." The Haunted World is very enlightening and interesting, Ed Wood fans get to know the man behind such films as [b]Plan 9 from Outer Space [/b]and [b]Glen or Glenda[/b] personally through the memories of his friends, employees, and family members. This documentary also branches out into short documentaries about those closest to Ed Wood and the stars of his most successful film, Plan 9.[/left] [left] [/left] [left]Today's game of the day is the very strange and surreal [b]Billy Hatcher & The Giant Egg [/b]from the Sonic Team at SEGA for the GameCube. Starring the Sonic look alike Billy Hatcher, you venture through the world of Morning Island, which has been covered in darkness by evil crows. As Billy you must defeat the crows and allow the sun to shine once again by rolling giant eggs around as your main defences against evil with a chicken suit.[/left] [left] [/left] [left]What? I told you it was a strange game.[/left]
An enlightening documentary on the infamous Ed Wood. Fine use of vintage footage, film clips and talking heads for a comprehensive look at the life and times of the great low-budget auteur. Of the "witnesses" Maila "Vampira" nurmi gives what is by far the most interesting and humorous interview, although Dolores Fuller, Gregory Walcott and Harry Thomas provide some excellent commentary on their experiences as well. A fine companion piece to Wood's films and Tim Burton's film (which is apparently fraught with historical inaccuracies, not that that makes it less of a masterpiece).
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