Eurotika!: Season 1, Episode 12

The Blood Beast: The Films of Michael Reeves (19 Dec. 1999)

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A documentary looking at the films of Michael Reeves, a promising young British director who tragically died in his mid-20s. Contains interviews with various actors, writers and others involved in his films.

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A documentary looking at the films of Michael Reeves, a promising young British director who tragically died in his mid-20s. Contains interviews with various actors, writers and others involved in his films.

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Neat little set of interviews
28 December 2003 | by (Caerphilly, Wales) – See all my reviews

One of those mini-documentaries that DVD was born for. The story, in half an hour, of one of the most interesting (and sadly short-lived) British directors of the 60s. Lots of interviews, archive footage and clips from his three films: She-Beast, The Sorcerers and Witchfinder General. Fascinating, and definitely worth a watch if you get the Witchfinder General DVD (which is recommended anyway).


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