Episode about cult filmmaker Russ Meyer and his cinematic body of work.

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Episode about cult filmmaker Russ Meyer and his cinematic body of work.

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9 September 1988 (UK)  »

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Russ Meyer
4 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

The Incredibly Strange Film Show (1988) "Russ Meyer"

This British television show was hosted by Jonathan Ross and featured interviews with various "B" movie makers. When viewed today this series is all the more important because so many of the filmmakers are no longer with us.

The notorious and ground-breaking Russ Meyer is the guest for this episode, which has him talking about his movies and what he wants to do as a filmmaker. Once again, this here is a very valuable episode to have today since Russ is no longer with us but we also get interview clips with Roger Ebert, Tura Satana and Malcolm McLaren who is here to talk about the disastrous Sex Pistols movie. If you're a fan of Meyer then you'll certainly enjoy this episode as he tells some great stories about not only his movies but also his thoughts on what his movies are. Ebert always adds in some great information and overall this is a highly entertaining episode.

Episode: A-


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