Premiering on The Monster Channel this October *Contains exclusive interviews with 20 Directors, Actors, Writers and Special FX artists from the 90s Direct To Video scene such as Clint Howard, Lloyd Kaufman, Kelli Maroney, Jeff Burr, Jim Wynorski, Brinke Stevens, Fred Olen Ray and Kenneth J.
Premiering on The Monster Channel this October Contains exclusive interviews with 20 Directors, Actors, Writers and Special FX artists from the 90s Direct To Video scene such as Clint Howard, Lloyd Kaufman, Kelli Maroney, Jeff Burr, Jim Wynorski, Brinke Stevens, Fred Olen Ray and Kenneth J. Hall.
Even though the horror films of the '80s will always be my go to, spending most of my childhood in the 1990s and more importantly, video stores, I developed an appreciation for many of the direct-to-video treasures that lined Flick Video's (a small video store in Canton, NC) shelves.
[Trailer] New Documentary 'Direct to Video' Spotlights Straight to Video Horror from the 90s - Bloody Disgusting
Filmmaker Dustin Ferguson is shining the spotlight on '90s horror in a new documentary, specifically all the horror gems that were released direct-to-video throughout the 1990s.
Upcoming Documentary 'Direct to Video' Spotlights Straight to Video Horror from the 1990s! - Bloody Disgusting
As a result of spending most of my childhood in the 1990s, I have a particular fondness for the horror films that lined the shelves of my local Blockbuster throughout that decade, many of which went direct-to-video. So too does filmmaker Dustin Ferguson, and he's shining a spotlight on that particular era of direct-to-video horror with a new documentary!
A new documentary called is aiming to be horror director Dustin Ferguson's love letter to some often overlooked direct-to-video 90s horror movies. Ferguson has already started work on the project and has been hard at work doing interviews with some direct-to-video horror stars, including Ed Gale ( and Dolly Dearest) and Bobby Ray Schafer ( Psycho Cop Returns), with more interviews on the way.
Known for films like Camp Blood 4, Silent Night Bloody Night 2 and Demon Dolls, Kansas-born director Dustin Ferguson has also made a name for himself in production, working with 42ND Street Films, Sinister Studios and more. He recently directed RoboWoman with Dawna Lee Heising and Mel Noval and he's currently developing a remake of Umberto Lenzi's Ghosthouse.
Released back in 1995, Norman Apstein's Ice Cream Man saw Clint Howard taking on the role of a deranged man recently released from a psychiatric institution who reopens an old ice cream factory where he begins using the flesh of unappreciative brats in his recipes.