From filmmaker and journalist Mike Watt comes a the long-awaited SEQUEL to the beloved Movie Outlaw collection. Brand new collection of essays focusing on another 70 "undeservedly underseen" films, such as, "Crazy Moon" starring a pre-star Keifer Sutherland; Frank Henenlotter's hilarous "Frankenhooker"; the all-star "Jane White is Sick and Twisted"; Terry Southern's "The Magic Christian", starring Peter Sellars and Ringo Starr; Peter Jackon's non-Hobbit forming "Meet the Feebles"; Michael A. Simpson's purgatory classic "Impure Thoughts"; Paul Morressey's "Spike of Bensonhurst", Richard Rush's "The Stunt Man"; Clive Barker's long-mishandled and newly revived "Night Breed"; Brian DePalma's rock operetta "Phantom of the Paradise", Will Vinton's Claymation Classic "The Adventures of Mark Twain"; the disturbing TOETAG Pictures' "The Redsin Tower"; and the late underground filmmaker Andy Copp's disturbing "The Atrocity Circle". We also slap around Disney's atrocity, "The Lone Ranger" (while simultaneously trying to redeem "The Legend of the Lone Ranger"). Selecting movies from all over the world, with budgets large and small, we salute these underdogs once again!
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About the Author
Mike Watt is a writer, journalist and screenwriter. He has written for such publications as Fangoria, Film Threat, The Dark Side, the late Frederick Clarke's Cinefantastique, Femme Fatales and served as editor for the RAK Media Group's resurrection of Sirens of Cinema. Through the production company, Happy Cloud Pictures, he has written and produced or directed the award-winning feature film The Resurrection Game, as well as Splatter Movie: The Director's Cut, A Feast of Flesh, Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation and the upcoming feature Razor Days.