Guest Co-Hosts: Rob St. Mary, Steve Sholtes
Can your heart stand the shocking truth about Ed Wood? This week's discussion focuses on Tim Burton's 1994 film starring Johnny Depp and Martin Landau about the hapless B-movie director Edward D. Wood Jr.
Guests include the film's co-writer, Larry Karaszewski, actor Mike Starr, musician Lydia Kavina, and author Andrew J. Rausch.
Rob St. Mary returns for the episode along with composer/musician Steve Sholtes
- Mike mistakenly credited Roberta Findlay for Doris Wishman's Let Me Die a Woman.
- Yes, Bela Lugosi played Frankenstein in the 1943 Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man but definitely not in the more famous and successful 1931 Frankenstein.
Buy Ed Wood on Blu-Ray
Buy the Ed Wood DVD Box
Buy Nightmare in Ecstacy by Rudolph Grey
Buy The Cinematic Misadventures of Ed Wood by Andrew J. Rausch and Charles Pratt Jr.
Buy the Ed Wood screenplay by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski
Buy Ed Wood's Bride of the Monster by Gary D. Rhodes
Buy Ed Wood, Mad Genius: A Critical Study of the Films by Rob Craig
Buy the Ed Wood Soundtrack by Howard Shore
Buy Exotica 2000 by Korla Pandit
Buy Spellbound: Theremin by Lydia Kavina
Visit the official Lydia Kavina website
Visit the official Rob St Mary website
Watch The Cabining on Amazon Prime
Visit Larry Karaszewski's Trailers from Hell
Hear more about Lugosi (and Karloff) on the Black Cat episode
Hear more about Ed Wood on the Orgy of the Dead episode
Hear more about Tim Burton on the Batman Returns episode
Read the Dead 2 Rights Ed Wood Wednesdays series
"Backlot" - Howard Shore
"Bride of the Monster" - Howard Shore
"Kuba Mambo" - Howard Shore
"Eddie Takes a Bow" - Howard Shore
"Ed Wood" - Howard Shore
"Bela Lugosi's Dead" - Bauhaus