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Ben Taylor is a contributing writer for DamnInteresting.com, a weekly online publication with 400,000 visitors a month, and contributed to their volume, Alien Hand Syndrome. He has written two feature screenplays and several shorts. He lives in Pennsylvania.
Apocalypse on the Set
With sky-high budgets and competing egos, almost any film production has the potential for disaster. But some become full-fledged nightmares. Take Pulgasari — a North Korean Godzilla clone dreamed up by Kim Jong II and created by a kidnapped South Korean director, with a budget of millions and a staff of seven hundred fed on truckloads of pheasants, wild geese and deer ...
The stories behind the other eight films, from The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and The Twilight Zone: The Movie to Waterworld and The Crow, are just as astounding and as gripping. This is a book film fans will devour. These bizarre, often hilarious cinematic endeavours confirm that truth is stranger than fiction, reality more volatile than narratives, and fate more improbable than plots.