Ed Wood Collection: a Salute to Incompetence

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Special Features

The Ed Wood Story: An affectionate look at E.W. featuring clips and interviews with those who knew and admired him, including Dolores Fuller, Johnny Depp, and Martin Landau
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/20/2007
  • UPC: 025493224597
  • Source: Passport
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 7:30:00
  • Format: DVD


Disc #1 -- Ed Wood Collection: A Salute to Incompetence - Glen or Glenda/Jail Bait/Bride of the Monster/The Violent Years
   Glen or Glenda?
   Jail Bait
   Bride of the Monster
   The Violent Years
Disc #2 -- Ed Wood Collection: A Salute to Incompetence - Night of the Ghouls/Plan 9 From Outer Space/Bonus Feature: The Ed Wood Story
   Night of the Ghouls
   Plan 9 From Outer Space
   Bonus Features: The Ed Wood Story
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Best Of Ed Wood's Films In One Inexpensive Collection!

    Ed Wood was and still is the SAVIOR of bad filmmaking. In the early eighties, shortly after Wood's death, the book "The Golden Turkey Awards" voted him the worst filmmaker of all time. That monicker is far from true and yet, thanks in no small part to Tim Burton's brilliant biopic, that sad title has both haunted his legacy and allowed such a bad filmmaker to even HAVE a legacy.

    But for all the continuity errors and horrid sets and bad acting and atrocious use of stock footage that is rampant in all his films, Wood accomplishes something remarkable. Sure these films have that gen-x cult movie vibe to them, that "so bad its good" hipster feeling. But these films seem to transcend the screen through Ed's own incompetance to the porint where you find yourself quietly rooting for Ed within the film.

    Sure Ed's magnum opus Plan 9 from Outer Space is bad in a funny sort of way. And yet, knowing that Wood was the biggest underdog in Hollywood and struggled so greatly to get every piece of celluloid printed, you ROOT for the director to succeed in finishing the film, regardless of the wuality of the film itself.

    These aren't "so bad it's good" films.

    These films are "so bad they're Wood."

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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