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RE/Search No. 10: Incredibly Strange Films is a book about American underground films edited by V. Vale, Andrea Juno, Jim Morton, Boyd Rice and published by RE/Search publications in 1986.

It features the work of filmmakers Russ Meyer, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Frank Henenlotter, Larry Cohen, Doris Wishman, David F. Friedman, Ed Wood, Jr., Radley Metzger, Joseph W. Sarno and genres women in prison film, mondo films, exploitation films, beach party films, Santo films and sexploitation films.

Contents

TOC

Interviews with:

Genre Articles:

  • Biker Films
  • JD Films
  • Beach Party Films
  • LSD Films
  • Women in Prison Films
  • Mondo Films
  • Santo
  • Ed Wood, Jr.
  • Sexploitation Films
  • Educational Films
  • Industrial Jeopardy Films

Film Essays

  • Young Playthings by Colette Coleman
  • Wizard of Gore by Mark Spainhower
  • God Told Me To by Margaret Crane
  • Blast of Silence by Prax Gore
  • Daughter of Horror by Jim Morton
  • Spider Baby by Jim Morton
  • George Romero by Mark Spainhower

Miscellaneous

  • A-Z OF Film Personalities by Jim Morton
  • Quotations from Movies
  • Favorite Films List

References

See also




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