Sam Irvin, director of Elvira’s Haunted Hills, co-executive producer of Gods and Monsters and former personal assistant to Brain De Palma, celebrates the 40th Anniversary of De Palma’s Dressed to Kill, with the publication of his personal experiences during the making of this classic horror-thriller, starring Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson and Nancy Allen.
Having been De Palma’s personal assistant during the late-70s and early-80s, Irvin definitely has a story or two to tell about Hollywood’s last golden age. This special issue of Boobs & Blood magazine is entirely devoted to Irvin’s definitive behind-the-scenes account of Dressed to Kill. In addition to this game-changing fan favorite, Irvin also writes of his time working on other De Palma features such as The Fury, Home Movies, Blow Out, and several unmade De Palma projects. Packed with photos and artwork (many previously unpublished), the issue comes out just in time for the holidays.
“Working intimately with De Palma on Dressed to Kill allowed me to see his unique filmmaking process unfold before my very eyes in real-time. Despite my formal education in cinematic arts, my real film school was the time I spent with De Palma. Every riveting minute of it.”
Boobs & Blood editor-publisher Miles Flanagan states, “We’re so proud to have Sam donate his services for free as a writer for this very special issue. As someone who was De Palma’s personal assistant, Sam’s insightful account of the making of Dressed to Kill and De Palma’s work during this time is invaluable.”
“We hope this will be our biggest seller to date and be a big fundraiser for the Keep a Breast Foundation. That would definitely make my Christmas.”
All profits from Boobs & Blood magazine are donated to the Keep a Breast Foundation. So if you buy this, it truly is the gift that keeps on giving. Boobs & Blood Issue 4 can be purchased exclusively online from boobsandblood.com