The Hunt for Edward D. Wood, Jr. - Posthumous Works
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POSTHUMOUS
Ed's work from beyond the grave


Ed's emergence as the king of schlock movie has led to many non-documentary productions since his death.

One of the interesting things is that most of these productions were more expensive than all of Ed's films combined.


Barely Legal Lesbian Vampires
Shot long after Ed's death, it actually has little to do with him.
Beach Blanket Bloodbath
Fred Olen Ray shot some footage of the unfinished script he had commisioned from Ed just before his death.
Crossroads of Laredo
The first film Ed worked on upon coming to Hollywood.

Although close to finished, the film was never completed in Ed's lifetime.

It finally saw completion and release in the '90s.
Devil Girls
Andre Perkowski's extra-low budget, unauthorized production based on Ed's book Devil Girls.
Ed Wood
Disney's big budget film based on Ed's life.

Directed by Tim Burton.
Glen and Glenda
Adult semi-remake of Glen or Glenda.
I Awoke Early The Day I Died
Low budget "adaptation" written and directed by David A. Deschamphelaere.
I Woke Up Early The Day I Died
A somewhat large budget film with a big time Hollywood cast.

Bonus points for falling into lawyer hell, so no one can see it.
The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space
This recent film uses footage supposedly shot by Ed for an unfinished project.
Night of the Fools
Comedic look at the days leading up to the making of Plan 9 From Outer Space.
Plan 69 From Outer Space
Adult parody of Plan 9 From Outer Space.
Plan 9.1 From Outer Space
Remake of Plan 9 From Outer Space using puppets.
Screwed
This recent film featured some footage of Ed from Glen or Glenda.

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