Thursday, April 17, 2014

STICK IT TO THE PIGS: An Evening with William Lustig

Horror Society   STICK IT TO THE PIGS: An Evening with William Lustig


Horror Society   STICK IT TO THE PIGS: An Evening with William Lustig

This got sent to me @sotwfx and I am so pissed I can’t attend:

Born in the Bronx in early 1955, William Lusitg soaked up the scenery for 22 years, reveling in the heyday of 42nd St before making his first features in 1977 – HOT HONEY / THE VIOLATION OF CLAUDIA – under the pseudonym “Billy Bagg.” Over the next few years he followed them up with the seminal slasher MANIAC with Joe Spinell, Caroline Munro, and Tom Savini(‘s exploding head) and the seething, grimy revenge epic VIGILANTE with Robert Forrester and Fred “The Hammer” Williamson.

After a brief hiatus, Lustig came out swinging with a one-two punch of MANIAC COP in 1988 featuring the likes of Tom Atkins, Bruce Campbell, Richard Roundtree, and Robert Z’dar and 1989′s RELENTLESS with Judd Nelson, Meg Foster, Robert Loggia, and more.

Join Spectacle and Mr. Lustig in the flesh for a night of cops from both coasts, a stable of character actors, behind the scenes stories, and plenty of stage blood.

For more info please visit the Spectacles page!

About Dedman13

Owner of Slit of the Wrist FX and producer, actor, FX artist and writer. Film Credentials- The Forever Dead (FX, acting, producer). Z13: The Zombie Within (FX, acting), The Evil Woods (FX) and Mental Scars (FX supervisor and acting). Writing Credentials- GoreZone Magazine (UK), ShockerFest 2004 Program, ShriekFreak Quarterly, Dark Discs, Wicked Karnival and Scars Magazine.

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