His short story "Clay" was anthologized in "Modern Masters of Horror" edited by Frank Coffey
(New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1981).
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[on The Tales of Hoffmann
(1951)] It was the filmmaking, the fantasy, the fact that it was a fantasy and it had a few frightening, sort of bizarre things in it. It was everything. It was really a movie for me, and it gave me an early appreciation for the power of visual media--the fact that you could experiment with it. He [Michael Powell
] was doing all his tricks in-camera, and they were sort of...
His favorite of his own films, saying it's closest to the vision he had for it, is Martin
(1977). He spent much of the time since his smash directorial debut, Night of the Living Dead
(1968), trying to distance himself from the horror genre but has said the satisfying experience of creating "Martin" energized him to make Dawn of the Dead
(1978), which would become his greatest financial and ...
Towering height and slender frame
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