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Working with a Master: John Landis (2006)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  27 June 2006 (USA)
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24 December 2006 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

One of the features that shows up on every "Masters of Horror" DVD is a Working with a Master featurette in which those who are close to one of the masters of horror. For the record, the directors that were chosen for Season One were Daria Argento, John Carpenter, Larry Cohen, Don Coscarelli, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, Stuart Gordon, Tobe Hooper, John Landis, Lucky McKee, John McNaughton William Malone, and Takashi Miike. Each Working with a Master is interesting, but this one happens to be the best as it features different types of people with different opinions as opposed to other 'Master' featurettes where everyone tends to speak the same way. For the curious, Dan Aykroyd talks about working on The Twilight Zone movie with Landis, Rick Baker talks about doing An American Werewolf in London, Robert Loggia and Don Rickles discuss Innocent Blood. All of them are a joy to listen to and neither of them appear to be kissing up to Landis. Even if you weren't a fan of Landis' MOH episode, the DVD is worth picking up just for this. 9/10


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