Director Jim Wynorski, co-writer Steve Mitchell and cast members Kelli Maroney, Barbara Crampton, Russell Todd, John Terlesky and Nick Segal are interviewed for this twenty-six minute documentary that takes a look at the making of the cult classic CHOPPING MALL. Fans of the film waiting for years to get a special edition release but it was well worth it. This documentary does an extremely good job at telling the story of how the film was made and the various issues that come up with a low-budget movie. The cast members do a great job with the various stories that are told including the ones dealing with what type of director Wynorski is to work with. Another major plus has them talking about the original screenings and why the title was changed to CHOPPING MALL. There's nothing ground-breaking here but it's certainly a fun documentary.
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