Product DetailsThe most legendary B-movie director of all time, Edward D. Wood, Jr. assaulted audiences worldwide with a string of bizarre, no-budget fusions of horror, science fiction, noir and comedy. Now his oddball legacy is finally collected in one indispensable box set! Feast your eyes on his first feature, the madcap Glen or Glenda? in which Eddie himself portrays a transvestite struggling with his addiction to angora while Bela Lugosi offers inscrutable narration. Blackmail, outlaws on the run, and plastic surgery collide in the surreal crime drama Jail Bait, featuring a young Steve Reeves (Hercules), while Bela returns to create the Bride of the Monster in a heady collision of atomic experiments, a rampaging octopus and clumsy assistant Lobo (played by wrestler Tor Johnson). Wood's indisputable disasterpiece, Plan 9 from Outer Space, offers pie-plate flying saucers, incompetent alien leaders, all-seeing psychic Criswell, goth favorite Vampira and a post-mortem appearance by Lugosi himself in his last film role. Then Lobo and a phony spiritualist usher in a Night of the Ghouls at a spooky marsh filled with shuffling undead and wailing ghosts. Finally, learn all about the man himself with The Haunted World of Ed Wood, a comprehensive disc packed with interviews, film clips, TV rarities and much more! It's enough to make you scream!
Store CommentsSpecial Features *Theatrical trailers for "Glen or Glenda", "Bride of the Monster", and "Plan 9"; *Flying Saucers Over Hollywood -- the excellent two-hour retrospective documentary about the making of Plan 9. *"The Haunted World of Edward D. Wood, Jr.", containing audio commentary by Bela Lugosi Jr., *"A&E Biography"'s interview with Brett Thompson and Mike Gabriel, *Sci Fi Channel's news coverage of the Plan 9 world premiere, *Outtakes and behind the scenes footage, *Footage of the Ed Wood Reunion at the Palm Springs Film Festival and the *Ed Wood's rarely seen 23-minute first film Crossroads of Laredo.
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