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Lost Ed Wood Film Surfaces

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11-01-2004
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Just in time for Halloween, a group of Ed Wood aficionados have announced that they've discovered the highly amusing Z-grade director's last known film, Necromania. Made in 1971 for less than $7,000, the pornographic horror movie tells the tale of a couple who search for occult means to spice up their sex life. The only known copies of Necromania disappeared shortly after the film was completed, but one's been unearthed by Wood biographer Rudolph Grey and film distributor Alexander Kogan, who are selling DVDs through fleshbot.com.

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