25th Jun2020

Interview: Severin’s David Gregory on Al Adamson doc ‘Blood & Flesh’

by Stuart Wright

In his latest interview/podcast, host and screenwriter Stuart Wright discusses the documentary Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death of Al Adamson with director David Gregory of Severin Films fame.

The follow-up to his award-winning Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau – the documentary explores the strange life and gruesome demise of exploitation maverick Al Adamson, revealing perhaps the most bizarre career in Hollywood history. Told through over 40 first-person recollections from friends, family, colleagues and historians plus rare clips and archival interviews with Adamson himself, Blood & Flesh is a delightful, dirty and deadly saga of bikers, go-go dancers, aging Hollywood actors, porn stars, freak-out girls, Charles Manson, Colonel Sanders, alien conspiracies,bad contractors and “scenes so SICK the movies could never show them before!”

Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life & Ghastly Death of Al Adamson is OUT NOW on VOD and Blu Ray from Severin Films – who are also having a mid-year sale at severin-films.com. Their mid year 2020 sale promises six new titles: Two from Lucio Fulci, Two from Jess Franco, A Brit Horror and A shot on video for their Intervision imprint. Later in 2020 look out for Massacre in Dinosaur Valley, Primitives, a new Andy Milligan Boxset, and hopefully a Black Emanuelle Boxset.


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