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Low-budget but entertaining look at the making of MADMAN, the 1982 slasher that pretty much came out of nowhere and become a cult favorite. Gary Sales, the producer and Paul Ehlers who played the killer, are just two of the people on hand to be interviewed. For the most part this is a pretty good documentary clocking it at 90 minutes. We start off hearing about how the production got going and then we hear various stories from the set. We learn about the locations and get to see what some of them look like in their current state.
If you're a fan of MADMAN then you're going to enjoy this documentary. This isn't a professional looking film but I think the low-budget nature actually goes well with the film itself. It was fun getting to hear from a couple of the cast and crew members as their tell some pretty good stories. Another plus is getting to hear from some fans of the film including one collector who shows off some one sheets and other gems.
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