Greydon Clark on blaxploitation, satanic cheerleaders & the comedy of Joe Don Baker

There are not many auteurs in the history of exploitation, let alone those whose careers span decades or whose style is so irreverent yet essentially good natured and fun as Greydon Clark, in such films as “Black Shampoo,” “Satan’s Cheerleaders,” “Joysticks” and many more.

Mr. Clark was kind enough to share a few words on his history in low budget genre films, as well as his upcoming book.

(Originally posted June 2013 at Cinemachine)

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