Tag Archives: Russ Meyer

Michael Roth interviews Stewart Home about Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane

Stewart Home is a writer, artist and filmmaker living in London, England. His latest novel, Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane, came out on February 26 2013. Here’s an email interview I did with Stewart about this book. Unfortunately, we did not … Continue reading

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Lost London – The Scala Cinema

Although these days it is possible to see almost any film in the comfort of your own home, the experience is very different to watching a movie on the big screen. A lot of my favourite flicks – movies starring … Continue reading

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X-Rated: Adventures of an exploitation filmmaker

This is the autobiography of British exploitation legend Stanley Long, London’s answer to Russ Meyer, as ghosted by by Simon Sheridan.  Long started out as a photographer, then moved onto stag films for the 8mm home market, before making a … Continue reading

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