The incredibly popular, violent horror films of recent decades, such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday The 13th, and A Nightmare on Elm Street, owe much of their existence to the undisputed Godfather of Gore - Herschell Gordon Lewis. In 1963 Lewis, with his monumental splatter movie Blood Feast, single-handedly changed the face of horror cinema forever.
Herschell Gordon Lewis is former chairman of Communicomp, a full-service direct marketing agency with clients throughout the world, now renamed as a division of the advertising holding company Interpublic. He now heads Lewis Enterprises, through which he writes and consults individually. He is arguably the best-known direct response writer and consultant in the United States.
George Noory hosted a night of Open Lines, offering a special 'bizarre' hotline. The last half-hour featured a replay from 10/30/08, when George spoke with Dr. Bob Curran about zombies. In the first hour, exploitation film director Herschell Gordon Lewis, "the Godfather of Gore," talked about his career. ... More »Host: George Noory