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An autobiographical chronicle on the making of director J.R. Bookwalter's first 10 movies, from the promising highs of freshman Super-8mm debut "The Dead Next Door" in 1985 to the embarrassing lows of the shot-on-video "Humanoids from Atlantis" in 1992, and everything in-between. In true independent fashion, Bookwalter paints a humbling, honest portrayal of what it was like to produce and market no-budget movies during a challenging time for the home video business, reflecting on early partnerships with Sam Raimi ("Spider-Man," "The Evil Dead") and David DeCoteau ("Puppet Master III"," Creepozoids"). Now completely revised with all-new content, additional never-before-seen photos, artwork, and more!