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By Milton Moses Ginsberg
The long, bumpy road from crazy idea to the release of a definitive version nearly 50 years later, as told by the film’s writer/director.
By Steven Mears
The director of the satirical Watergate-era chiller The Werewolf of Washington considers the nexus of horror and politics, and recalls his attempt to exorcise personal and national demons with his camera.
The Werewolf of Washington:
The Director’s Cut
Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg
Nearly 40 years after its initial release, Ginsberg presents a new, improved version of his film that mixes ’70s political paranoia and classic monster movies.