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Interview with Muck director Steve Wolsh



Muck director Steve Wolsh chats about his film that is the ultimate love letter to the 12 year old version of me. When I was 12 I would stay up far too late watching movies on cable. This is how I discovered the genre films that became my entryway to the films I love today. At the time I just wanted to see gore and boobs. And to be perfectly honest not in that order. Muck is described on IMDB as: After narrowly escaping an ancient burial ground, a group of friends find themselves trapped between two evils, forcing them to fight, die, or go back the way they came. Muck is a fun movie. Its currently available on VOD and DVD/BluRay, if you have an appreciation for the 80s horror exploitation films give this one a shot.

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