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Take a walk on the scary side with guerrilla horror filmmakers and the bizarre culture that drives them to pursue their dreams. In 2003, filmmaker Christopher P. Garetano began what would become a two-year journey to discover what possesses people to become horror filmmakers. Armed with nothing but a camera and a microphone, Chris traveled all over the United States to visit independent filmmakers on and off their sets. In Horror Business, you will witness that quest unfold and meet some truly independent filmmakers including Mark Borchardt (American Movie) and Dave Gebroe (Zombie Honeymoon), along with monster movie personalities like Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast), Joe Bob Briggs (cult film critic and author), and Sid Haig (Foxy Brown, The Devils Rejects). This timeless essay of popcorn-generation nostalgia and behind-the-scenes moments just may prove "movie making really is no way to spend a life!"
Credit must be given to anyone who can create a documentary film; especially one that tries to respect the perennially neglected genre of horror. I love horror documentaries. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Frank Farina
Alright, I'm still a film student so I can't rate this on an expert level. On the other hand, I know bad filmmaking when I see it. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Bee
Well, befitting the fact that most of the filmmakers interviewed are making extremely low-budget movies, this documentary has a very low-budget feel. Read morePublished on June 20, 2010 by Michael Gmirkin