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The Making of 'Forbidden World' (2010)

Retrospective documentary on the making of the low-budget sci-fi/horror cult classic Forbidden World (1982).
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Retrospective documentary on the making of the low-budget sci-fi/horror cult classic Forbidden World (1982).

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Nice Look at the Making of The Cult Classic
29 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

Making of 'Forbidden World', The (2010)

*** (out of 4)

This 35-minute documentary was included with the recent DVD release of the movie itself. Allan Holzman (Director), Robert Skotak (Special Effects), R. Christopher Biggs (Special Makeup), Susan Justin (Music), Dennis Skotak (Cinematographer), Jesse Vint (Actor) and Tony Randal (optical effects) are just a few of the folks who step in front of the cameras to share their thoughts about the making of the movie. It seems obvious that everyone was working with a very small budget and most seem to have very fond memories of the making of the movie. The funniest story is some talk about the original director's cut that was shown once and then producer Roger Corman demanded that the comedy bits be removed. Apparently at this screening Corman was upset over someone in the crowd laughing at the movie so he hit the guy upside the head and eventually Corman got a coke thrown on him. Sadly Corman isn't interviewed about this but we do have people sharing their thoughts about working for him. The special effects are talked about in pretty good detail as are the sets, which were apparently decorated after stealing some items from a McDonald's truck.


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