In this episode I check in on the production of WEREWOLVES IN HEAT, an unapologetic sexploitation horror comedy featuring hairy, slobbering men and hairier, slobbering women. (Actually, the women are “tastefully” adorned in judiciously applied patches of fake fur.)
Join me and my guest writer/director/editor Lance Polland for an entertaining look at the making of this low-brow blood ‘n’ boobs extravaganza.
- Shooting through sandstorms, scorpion hordes, and scorching desert heat
- Why old crappy horror movies are better than new crappy horror movies
- Why horror movie people are better than other movie people
- How to divvy up royalties on an anthology film
- How long it takes to break even on a micro-budget horror film
- Self-distribution vs. working with a distributor
BONUS: In a follow-up to the copyright/WGA registration discussion from Episode 16, I share my evolving thoughts about protecting one’s work. (Here’s the link to that WGA registration article I mention in my commentary.)
And don’t miss my first report on WEREWOLVES IN HEAT!