Cinematic Misadventures of Odd Film Maker Ed Wood with author, Andy Rausch

Andy Rausch takes us through the strange career of a man that made terrible movies, but that man (Ed Wood) thought they were great!
 
Hollywood isn't just about films, actors, directors, and producers, it's also about "characters." Filmmaker Ed Wood was quite a character and in retrospect, more well known today than the seriously bad fright flicks and other edgy movies he made in the '50s, '60s, and '70s. Of course, Ed Wood's postmortem fame is largely owed to the 1994 Tim Burton film, starring Johnny Depp, "Ed Wood."

 
"The Cinematic Misadventures of Ed Wood" looks at the entire career of Ed Wood that oddly enough plateaued in the '50s, even though it was a very short plateau. Wood would say and do almost anything to get funding to make his movies. Andy Rausch gives us an overview of a fascinating, although lackluster career that was driven my sheer willpower. If you haven’t seen the movie, get it, you’ll enjoy it. If you have seen the film but its been a while, watch it again, you’ll double enjoy it. The movie is a HOOT!
 
Andy Rausch takes us through the strange career of a man that made terrible movies, but he thought they were great!
 
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