From the interviews conducted since DR. GORE’S FUNHOUSE was first launched in August 2009 we have gathered together behind-the-scenes images from various movies, as well as modelling portfolios and other photography that may be of interest to our readers. Some of these images may have been previously published on websites or in magazines but other galleries, such as with James Bryan’s 1970 adult picture The Dirtiest Game in the World, feature previously unseen or long-lost pictures.
Below is a complete A-Z list of our galleries with the appropriate credits. Please do not republish without permission.
“I always had a dislike for the more gory movies of the horror genre. I believed as Karloff did, that the best horror films were really “terror” films where the bloody violence is left to the imagination,” director Douglas McKeown told Dr. Gore’s Funhouse.
All images courtesy of Douglas McKeown.
“I was only nineteen-years-old, so I probably shouldn’t have been prepared at all given my lack of life experience,” J.R. Bookwalter explained to us in our interview, in which we covered the making of the movie in detail.
All images courtesy of J.R. Bookwalter.
“As the X-rated business boomed at the mid point of the seventies adult film budgets quickly grew higher driven by the audience demand for greater production values,” explained James Bryan in his tell-all interview.
All images courtesy of James Bryan.
“Ryan and I are always talking about projects and I know he has about three or four ideas he wants to do, Evil Feed and Gutterballs II being two of them. I get a lot of messages telling me that we HAVE to make a sequel,” said actor Dan Ellis.”
All images courtesy of Ryan Nicholson and Dan Ellis.
“The film was strictly for entertainment. No axe to grind, no soap box to get on regarding the treatment of women or young girls. It was our intention to just poke some fun at a genre” said Tom DeSimone.
All images courtesy of Tom DeSimone.