Tagline : The aborted masterpiece of EDWARD D. WOOD, JR.

Runtime : 55 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 6/10

Plot : Conrad Brooks discusses "Hellborn," his unfinished movie with Ed Wood, and other projects

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